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Friday, November 4, 2011

Day 4

Up early again, blurry eyed at my computer, resulted in another 704 words. It must be the fish in our aquarium that are talking to me.

9 comments:

  1. Way to go, Jacquie! That's awesome :-) I'm up and wondering what year/month/day/solar system it is.

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  2. Thanks Hal, after reading your comment about landmines before, I was hoping that they would not creep into my mind as I am writing another chapter on hockey.Good luck figuring out year/month/day/solar system.

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  3. Hey Guys!

    Jacquie--way to go! Bleary-eyed writing is better than NO writing, right?

    Hal, I hear you on the confusion--just finished my daily goal (at 7806)and am sssoo brain dead. I promised myself I'd edit a chapter a week of this other manuscript and the week's almost up, but seriously, by the time I'm done my pages, all I want to do is watch Columbo for the rest of the day...

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  4. Well after a 'day off' I got my word count today. 750 words. My "dick and jane" screenplay is actually kinda fun to do. It's very quiet so far but as long as I can see the movie in my head, I don't really mind that. The hardest part of this for me IS writing "see spot run" and being ok with it. But, honestly, even if I thought that what I was writing was terrific, I'd still think it was garbage by the time I got to the second draft. Re-writing is writing, right? As far as I'm concerned, we're all amazing simply by virtue of the fact that we're doing this...period. You guys are Rock Stars. Here's a quote from my current spiritual guru:

    I have defeated this earthworm with my words. Imagine what I would have done with my fire breathing fists.
    Charlie Sheen

    heheheh....

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  5. Well I didn't get as much done today as I did for the last few days, as I started reading this thing in the morning, and revised a huge chunk of what I had already done - probably shouldn't have done this, but it now makes a lot more sense. But I only did 1002 words today.

    It doesn't look like 1002 words but that's what the computer says, so I guess I'll have to trust it. It's 1 1/2 pages single spaced, so maybe it's counting things differently.

    Not sure if I'll get much done tomorrow, but we'll see.

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  6. aw, I know, I wanted to maybe work on revising my other novel, but it's not gonna happen. Greg, I agree. There's a booth in the Seattle SF museum where you can make your own rock band and music video. Any suggestions for a band name?

    Tired tired tired. Sitting at 7052 words now.

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  7. hmmm...band names? This is always fun. uhh...
    Literati
    Psycho Quill
    Word Count
    Free Association

    anyone else?

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  8. I like Literarit, but I think we should spell it "L!ter@ti" just because...

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  9. Lol I like Literati, and Word Count. :)

    The Novellas has a certain ring to it, too.

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