Sorry for missing the Monday Update. I wanted to wait until today because I knew I’d be finishing NaNo today.
So, without further ado, here are the final five chapters of Sentinel:
Also, here is the one blog post from my Craftsman’s blog, where I talk about finishing things:
NaNoWriMo 2011 – Day 29
No post on the Vanishing Blog this week. Sorry. I’ll be sure to get my act back together in December.
Slow week, what with Thanksgiving and all. Still managed to get two chapters up for Sentinel:
Heading into the homestretch now. Only five chapters left. (That’ll be one a day, on average, but hopefully I can knock out a couple tomorrow.)
Also, that LotR RISK post I promised got transformed into a Zelda: Skyward Sword post from my buddy and co-blogger Matt. Go check it out at The Vanishing Blog.
Nothing new on the main blog this week. Like I said, it’s Thanksgiving here. I’m trying to spend time with my family.
Have a good weekend.
I posted four new chapters over the weekend for Sentinel, this years NaNoWriMo novel:
Sentinel: Chapter 10
Sentinel: Chapter 11
Sentinel: Chapter 12
Sentinel: Chapter 13
There’re also three new blog posts over at The Craftsman’s Journey from the weekend. All of them continue my journalling of this month’s writing endeavors:
A Craftsman’s Journey: NaNoWriMo 2011 – Day 19
A Craftsman’s Journey: NaNoWriMo 2011 – Day 20
A Craftsman’s Journey: NaNoWriMo 2011 – Day 21
I should also have a new post up over at The Vanishing Blog this evening about the game The Lord of the Rings RISK. Look for an update here with a link later on.
That’s all from this weekend. See on Friday.
Hey all, this is an update before the weekend, recapping the events of the past week.
Biggest news is that I was interviewed (along with several other NaNoWriMo writers) in the student newspaper earlier this week. You can find the article on my newly created Interviews page.
Most important news is that I’ve finally finished chapter 9 of Sentinel, so that’s been posted up. Hopefully, as I head into a stress-free weekend, I can cram in a bunch of writing sessions and get caught up.
On another note, I’ve begun planning for next year’s writing goals, but that’ll be something to talk about later, once they’re a bit more finalized. Needless to say, I’m sure I’ll be trying to do far too much again.