I’m kidding. If you were wondering. But I am making some decisions, possibly even controversial-type decisions, and some folks out there might not be happy with me. I wouldn’t even blame them for that. It’s one of those things…there isn’t necessarily a perfect solution, so I need to go with the best idea I can
Yesterday’s 30-minute session came to 1041 words. So, are you a writer? If you are, you’ll probably know exactly what I mean when I say there’s no way to win with these numbers. I mean, at over 2000 words/hour a rational person would say that’s just swell. On the other hand? Some people are supposedly
Hello again! Yesterday’s word count for the 50-minute dictation session was 1753. Not terrible…nah, let’s try to avoid too much of the humble-brag and also the absurd implication that if I could do that yesterday it’d be easy to do it every day: after all, that many words every day would produce a short novel in about a
Hi! Welcome to Day Two of this daily-posting thing. It’s 6 AM and I just finished recording a 50-minute dictation session. I finished up Chapter Six, then started up Chapter Seven, then ended up spending a lot more time on a particular scene than I’d thought I would…so I decided to let the transcription happen
Okay, so that writing-in-public thing didn’t go so well. It wasn’t all that bad, really, from my perspective: although I’m not achieving anything close to the sort of word count I’d like, that novel is nevertheless moving along faster than any other to date. Not that I’m in a mood to prove it to you.