Thank you all for your well wishes. The puppy and I are doing very well. The funk has lifted and i am moving on. My word count for NaNoWriMo 2007 is over 16,000. That's a little light for the 18th but I'm getting there. I've been doing between 2,000 and 3,000 words a day, so by the end of the month I'll be there.
Time to go do my daily chunk.
Glad you're better. Keep writing!ReplyDelete
Quilly: Thanks. My fingers are dancing on the keyboard.ReplyDelete
I admire your dedication and persistence. This NaNoWriMo sounds interesting. I have heard of big name authors writing novels in one month. Good luck. Write on.ReplyDelete
I am happy to hear that you and puppy are doing well... nature has a way to stop you when you are in overload.ReplyDelete
Good for you. I don't think I could keep that up for a whole month, I'm a bit of a part-timer.ReplyDelete
With everything going on here I don't even get time to write a blog post every day, let alone parts of a novel.ReplyDelete
Good news that you are feeling better. Keep writing I am sure it will be terrific :)ReplyDelete
Oh, I'm glad the puppy is doing OK. It makes me crazy when my pup gets hurt.ReplyDelete
Glad you and the puppy are feeling better. Good luck with your writing.ReplyDelete
Well done, Nessa. That's amazing output.ReplyDelete
Glad both of you are better, too ....
I'm happy to hear that you are both doing well! Keep on with the writing! I am so far behind!ReplyDelete
Nessa - I don't know what happens to the comments I've left - sorry but they all seem to have disappeared again.ReplyDelete
Glad you and the puppy are feeling a bit better - does this mean you shall be writing some more? *she asks hopefully*...
Are you writing a book Nessa? If so, you are really doing well.ReplyDelete
That's a lot of writing...hope it goes well.ReplyDelete
All the very best for nanowrimo.I too want to do it---someday I will.ReplyDelete
That's a lot of words... when do we get a peek?ReplyDelete
Glad to hear you are better. There are no guidelines in life, except the ones we set for ourselves. Sometimes they need to be re-considered...writing seems to be a good way to let the little demons out ;)ReplyDelete
Good to see you and puppy are both doing better. No pity parties allowed....get back to work on writing! (Said in a stern voice).ReplyDelete
Happy Thanksgiving, Nessa!
NaNoWriMo?? I'm away for two months and I no longer recognize the place!ReplyDelete
All this and novels too?ReplyDelete
Mebbe it's the writin that cures the funk. That's how it be fer me, sometimes.
Keep on stompin, Nessa.
Good luck! and keep writing!ReplyDelete
Glad you are better, now work on getting that turkey cheered up. Red head turkeys are a lot of fun when they are in a good mood.ReplyDelete