Recently read somewhere something that reminded me of something I learned of last year (or was it the year before?  I can’t remember, now).

November is the National Novel Writers’ Month–NaNoWriMo.  Supposedly, you’re supposed to write something like eleven hundred words a day, and finish a first draft of around forty thousand words by the end of the month.  There’s a website where you can join, post your daily word counts, get encouragement and help past writers’ block, and everything.

It’s an intriguing concept, but…I’m not much of a joiner.  Never have been, never will be.

Doesn’t mean I can’t take the concept and run with it.

So.  Since I’m starting late, I’ll probably shoot for 3-6,000 words/day–about six to twelve pages, single spaced.

No, I won’t bother y’all with daily counts, but I’ll probably mention whether I kept up with my goals in my Saturday posts.

Wish me luck on getting a draft of Resurgent done.