Writing Furiously!

Hello again to my friends and supporters!

I am thrilled to announce that I’ve collected my NaNoWriMo fundraising goal in just one short week. Next Saturday night, I will be tapping away at my laptop along with a big room full of other ambitious novelists at The Night of Writing Dangerously.

Thanks so much for all you’ve done to help me get there.

If you did not get a chance to make your donation to The Office Of Light and Letters, you still can at this link.

But since I’ve made my goal, it’s also okay to just hang on to your money or send it to another worthy cause. There’s still plenty of opportunity to support me and cheer on my writing campaign.

For example, you can call me or write me an email congratulating me for making my daily and weekly word count goals.

That’s right, just nine short days of November have passed and already, I have written the first 15,000 words of my novel. Before you trouble yourself with the math, yes, that is up to par with the daily quota. And if you do want to do the math, my goal is about 1,670 words a day. Multiply that number by the day’s date to figure where I should be on any given day.

If you’d like to follow my daily progress, you can do so at this link.

From there you can also learn a little something about what I’m writing and the NaNoWriMo experience. Feel free to check up on me and make sure I’m sticking with my daily word count goals. I respond very well to peer pressure.

That’s it. Thanks again for your support.

Yours with laptop in lap,

Re-posted for historic reference. See comments from original post.

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