The write-a-thon has come to an end. Didn’t have the time to post an update until now. Here are the results.
Total words written: 15,762
Goal at the end of this write-a-thon: 30,000
How many words left to go: 14,238
I didn’t write as much as I would have liked but the great thing about these write-a-thons is that you can do them any time and in any way that fits your schedule. Like Rochelle Melander mentions in her book Write-A-Thon: Write Your Book in 26 Days (And Live to Tell About It), you can do the write-a-thon by only writing on the weekends or every few days as long as the total adds up to 26 days.
These write-a-thons serve to help motivate you and increase your writing count. If at first you fail, keep trying. I know I will. Look forward to doing another write-a-thon.
Verdict? Kept pretty much the same rhythm throughout.
Advice: Set a decent goal and create the outline before hand.
If you try your own let me know how it goes.