it's a great life, if you don't weaken (matociquala) wrote,
it's a great life, if you don't weaken
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there's nothing wrong with her that a hundred dollars won't fix

Progress notes for 10 June 2006:

Undertow

New Words:  1345

You know, I remember when an average day of writing was 1750 words, and a good one was 3K. And it's not as if I feel like what I'm writing on this book is in any matter better than The Stratford Man, say.

It just takes me a million years to write it.

I wonder how my brain got broken.

Total Words: (actual / ms) 64,519 / 74,250
Pages: 297
Deadline: August 1
Words per day to meet deadline: 495
Reason for stopping: end of scene, tired.

Zokutou word meterZokutou word meter
64,519 / 100,000
(64.5%)


Zokutou word meterZokutou word meter
293 / 400
(73.3%)


One more scene gets me to the end of Ch. 12, and the time-break before the climax of the book.

And then? Stuff goes boom.


Stimulants:  rooibos and then jasmine tea
Exercise:  90 minutes at the gym
Mail: nomail
Today's words Word don't know: transportees
Mean Things: Jean has flashbacks, Greene puts Closs in his place.
Books in progress: Martin Cruz Smith, Stallion Gate; Jay Lake, The Trial of Flowers
Interesting tidbits: languagelog on typographical bleeping. G!d d#mn th&s b^*k!


Tags: progress notes, undertow
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