I'm at 30,000 words. I've resigned myself to the notion that this is draft 1 of likely several, so I've been writing quicker with less worry about the final product. It's a liberating way to write.
Excellent. Yes, it is a liberating way to write! I now even ignore the red and green squiggly lines under some to the text which are alerting me to SPaGs. I started with a plan for each chapter and now I even ignore that and just write. I've found it to be far easier than NaPo (30 poems in 30 days) where I can stare at the screen or a blank page of my notebook for hours, while I search for the right words.
It's weird to empathize with a character while writing said character's descent into insanity.
Siegs, just don't follow the character down the rabbit hole.
Look at you two, Pip and Seigfried! Today is the halfway mark and you are both well over half of the goal. Woo hoo! :cheers::cheers:
thanks, Ma'am. The end result maybe a pile of pooh but I'm enjoying the journey.