Approaching the finish line

Okay, my friends. There is a chance — a CHANCE — that I can finish the first draft of THE PYRITE WAR by the end of my spring break. I’ll be off from April 21-29. I do have things to do (set builds on both Saturdays, rehearsals at night, etc.) but looking at how much story is left… I think I can do it.

So I’m asking you guys to please, from now until the end of the month, NAG THE HELL OUT OF ME. Ask me if I wrote anything today. Ask me how MUCH I wrote. Ask me how much I have left. And the shame of potentially having to answer this question in the negative, God willing, just may be enough to push me across the finish line.

2 Responses to “Approaching the finish line”

  1. 1 Mark
    April 20, 2012 at 2:17 pm

    You can do it…..how much is left???

    • April 21, 2012 at 3:17 pm

      Hard to say. I know some writers who can tell you how many words, how many chapters, how many scenes a project will be before they even look at the first blank page. I’m not one of those guys. I do know how much story I’ve got left (about 20 percent) and I also know that I tend to speed up as a writer when I’m in the home stretch. That’s when the excitement kicks in and those horrible demons of distraction have less of an influence over me. I’m guessing between 10,000-15,000 words to finish this bad boy.

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