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Progress notes for 27 May 2005 (done in advance; I'm stocking up):

Whiskey & Water

New Words: 2286
Total Words: 97,029 / 108,500
Pages: 434

Zokutou word meterZokutou word meter
108,500 / 160,000
(67.0%)
Reason for stopping: quota and then some. And this is another chapter-long scene, so no point in wearing myself out pushing and pushing and pushing for the end.
Mammalian Assistance: watching truepenny play with  felinoids 
Stimulants: a Sprecher's root beer
Exercise: um. pretty much an exercise-free day, this was.
Mail: nomail
Today's words Word don't know:  n/a
Tyop du jour: n/a
Darling du jour: n/a
Books in progress: Chris Moriarty, Spin State
Interesting research tidbits of the day: n/a
Other writing-related work: none

I'm actually really honestly to the part where the pieces are on the board ,and in their positions, and it's time for the revelations and the reactions to start snowballing. This is incredibly exciting for me; I love this bit. Now it's just scramble scramble scramble to get to the end.

Of course, I've just gotten to a bit I was really looking forward to writing, and... I probably won't get to write it until next week, because WisCon has arrived. Wheee! So, four days off--possibly five, if I need Tuesday as a recovery day from the convention. Plenty of time to let my brain recharge before I go sailing into the final conflict.

I was just thinking to myself, I may wrap this up in less than 160K after all. But then I realized that I always feel this way when I get to this part of the book, because the rush to the end seems like it should take less time than it does--but there's still murders, betrayals, seductions, open warfare, reversals of fortune and a conference call to get out of the way, so it probably will come in right where I planned it to.

However, if I'm really lucky, I might get it out of the way before SFRA at the end of June.

That would rock. Then I can take a week or three to soak my head and get the draft of Carnival underway in July, which means I might have it finished by moving time.

This could happen. This could possibly work.

Comments

... and a conference call ...

OK, that made me laugh. (But then, I've *done* conference calls.)
Dude. Conference calls take a lot of space to write out.

---L.

Re: the original perpetual motion machine

*sends a bushel basket*
I've just finished my first Sprecher's. Mmm, tasty.

(Also, I bought a book because your name was on it. :-). "All Star Zeppelin Adventure Stories". First I read yours, and then I'm going to go read David Brin's. But first, sleeeeeeeep. Whee, con.)
Read Ben Rosenbaum's, too. *g* I hear it's good.