I’ve started a project to write a million words this year.
It’s half crazy New Year’s resolution and half realistic endeavor.
I want to talk about what I think will make it work right now. I might have to change, but it’ll be for posterity if nothing else. Then we’ll see if I succeeded or failed, and how far I went astray.
I’ve cut back to around 2000 words a day on NaNoWriMo, mostly because of other stuff like this blog, YouTube, and my MFA classes.
With that in mind, my net output is still pretty high, probably around 3000 words a day with all things considered.
Something I’ve heard a few people ask is “If you’re writing a novel in a month, how do you know it’ll be good?”