Sometimes I feel revisions and planning come hand-in-hand, especially when you know what you’ve already written, and have an idea as to what you want to write in the future, if you haven’t written it already.
Lucky for me, I have about 150,000 to currently work with, at my disposal, and counting.
I finished my first draft of Two Thousand Years four days before the November 2014 NaNoWriMo cutoff. I ended at 53,171 words, which was the most I had ever written, at that time in my life. Currently, I’m working on revising the second draft with over 60,000 words- I’m in the midst of Chapter Seven, and all is currently up on Wattpad if anyone wants to look them over (the shameless plugs will never end). I expect three to four to five more drafts before I even consider making it more of a serious endeavor.
I’ve been thinking for a while how I should start this blog off and how to do it right.
It took a jerkoff criticizing my work to give me that final motivation.
I’ve been writing for years, but I was finally able to channel that creativity through NaNoWriMo, and it wasn’t until 2014’s event that I finally found my Muse, so to speak.
And so, I’ve created this world and these characters and have allowed myself to become submerged in the drama I have created for them.
I thought it was good.