As I mentioned in last week’s post, NaNoWriMo is in full swing, and my story is taking shape. I have 10,000+ words, and though some days are harder than others, it feels good to be working on a piece of fiction for a change.
I’ve found a decent working rhythm, too, and a way to know my daily word count. I write in a notebook because I prefer the weight of a pen in my hand and the flow of ink onto the page, but each day, I begin by typing what I’ve written the day before. That serves two purposes: I know my word count, and it draws me back into the story where I left it.
I took Sunday off for a day of rest. I don’t know how the rest of you NaNoWriMo writers feel about taking days off, but I’m going to follow the commandment for a Sabbath rest. My husband and I took a ride out to apple country, and today’s three favorites are from our trip there.
I wasn’t aiming for a color theme in these photos but got one anyway. Red is a beautiful color of fall, isn’t it? (Orange is my favorite fall color, but I do love trees that blaze red.)
Yaye for you on the great beginning of your story! = ) Sounds like the workshop has been a sucess.
And thanks for sharing the great photos! The bending roads looks like a great place for a fall stroll. It was a welcome smile on a day not so smiley.
There are definitely some beautiful fall places to stroll around here. I’m so glad I could bring you a reason to smile today. Hugs to you!