It’s November, which means it’s National Novel Writing Month, which means, if you choose to accept the challenge, you might write a 50,000 word novel over the course of the next 30 days. Last year I did it, which I’m still proud of (and have even dusted off the old first draft, finally, so that it just may see the light of day before this year is over!) This year there is no way I could do it. I’m just too busy. However, in the spirit of creativity, diligence, production, and self discipline (I’d venture to say those are the four spirits of National Novel Writing Month) I am still going to set a personal goal for myself regarding writing, the writing of my graphic novel to be specific. There are 30 days in the month, and by midnight of November 30th I would like to have the next two chapters finished in my story. At first I was going to say I would like to have the entire draft finished (which would only be an additional three or four chapters) but I don’t want to force the story, which has been unfolding thus far at it’s own pace.
This post is pretty dull, eh? I guess it’s mostly for my sake. Unless you’re really interested in my personal goals. In which case let me know and I’ll give you my current list! (But not really.)