Day three and I finally crossed the 4-digit word count mark! (and the word count goal of day one, with a few words to spare…1670).
Like a fellow NaNoRhino in our region, I may have ended up with a second ‘First Lines‘ bit…. However, this is the first line of a story(book) within the story, so it isn’t exactly cheating because…. Well, since this project’s still plotless, that’s why!
“I lied, to keep you from dying that day; and that may have been the worst mistake of my life.”
Happiness is finding all of the scattered files (and a couple I forgot I stored elsewhere), cobbling them all together and discovering more words were written than first thought!
Of course the thriller isn’t done, but it’s a fair piece for an ‘off-year.’ This will require more work to rewrite than my first novel, but like like ‘Crossing Seasons,’ ‘Murder: Run Time Error’ proved to be fun, especially in a genre I haven’t written in for quite some time.
How are you doing, fellow writer? Still going strong?
Like the previous NaNo projects before this, Family/Friendship is the cornerstone. Whether the playful partnership remains platonic as in school days past, or something more – with ring – will last, it’s the strength of the main character and the one supporting.
How would you describe your characters and their interactions with those in their inner circle?
November Night Fever (Design by Sheri J. Kennedy, aka Quinnleeeee)
Theme? We’re going theme-less today, unless you happen to have some free time to join us at the Fall City Roadhouse Inn for a night of disco-themed writing! The fun begins at 5 and hope to be stayin’ alive all night!
(On a minor note, while Cole and Yvonne are good friends, and occasionally dance – doubt disco is on their card – yet.)