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  1. Rebecca
    Rebecca Published |

    Ugh, I did NaNoWriMo last year and couldn’t stand what I was writing everyday. I thought the 2000 words or so per day wouldn’t be too complicated, but then it got bad, and then I would look back over the “fiction” and I couldn’t take what was there.

    You always start with a good idea…but then it starts to flop without the chance to think it through. Good luck, though. Coffee drinking MIGHT be a good idea as well.

    Thanks for the comment on my site was well. I don’t have many male visitors, so you just upped the count by ONE!

  2. Laura
    Laura Published |

    Don’t start over! Add what ever you have on to the current story to boost word counts. Just have your MC realize that he/she has been reading a novel they rather dislikes, throw it away, and then start the new story.

    And isn’t that Stephen King book just the most motivating and entertaining thing you can read? 🙂

    2000 words a day is cake. Just sit down, disregard quality, and type like crazy for an hour or so and you’ll be done! Good luck!

  3. Justin
    Justin Published |

    Thanks for the comments. I’m not completely restarting the novel, I’m just restarting with the same content. I had to change a few things in the first couple of chapters and get back to my original concept. Hopefully, I’ll get caught up and finish this thing. No, I will finish this thing.


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