Ah, here it is, the last day of November, the last day of NaNoWriMo. And I don't have a novel.
I do have a novella, though.
I realized, a few days back that I wouldn't be reaching the 50,000 word mark. So, instead of killing myself trying to reach that mark, I simply finished off the story and spent a few hours doing some cursory editing. Basically, I fixed typos and cleaned up a tiny amount of text.
Depending on how you count, I ended up with between 27,835 and 28,137 words.
Now, when people actually succeed at NaNoWriMo, they often do a few different things:
Choice #4 is fool-hardy. Nobody I know plans on doing this. Except for me, of course.
Why? Because I promised the following:
But, whatever steaming pile of manure exists at the end of the month, I will post here. I'll even post an ePub version, for your eReader. This I swear!
And my word is my bond! Sometimes. Today it is.
So, later today, I'll post the novella. I need to slap a Creative Commons license on it first, then dump it out to PDF, ePub, and Mobi formats.
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