don’t listen to “leader of the band” and think of dean winchester because you’ll start crying and you won’t be able to stop
i am officially in awe of you regardless.
it doesn’t matter for much if I (APPARENTLY) have a vendetta against finishing anything ever!! but you are the sweetest pea.
eta: that is not the gif I was intending to insert into this post and I’m keeping it anyway
1k a week is still really great tho
it’s a lot better than I used to do (and a steady crawl is infinitely more dependable than sprints, and different paces work for different writers, etc etc— it’s output vs. no output, not different speeds against each other)! but it’s a lot worse than I used to do, too, back when I didn’t have cause for a medical aversion to caffeine and I was five times a more productive person in general and I could turn out 5k a day without blinking. (god damn, do I miss those days.)
i’m very curious about your nano rn
oh my god. it’s more of a trainwreck than the drivel I’ve put out for the last four (five? idk) years I’ve played, and that’s saying something.
for one reason or another I got around to starting mid-day yesterday with no plot, no idea, and no outline at all. through the magic of writeordie, I’ve steadily crept my way up through ~almost 2k~, good for you, kat. way to go.
(I’m technically 3k(ish) behind and I just can’t wait until I scrap the idea of writing a full work (again) and just settle for writing a full 50k+ this month. my output has been absolute shit lately (maybe 1k a week if productive), and so I’m hoping that even by betraying the rules of the game, it’ll be enough to kick my ass back into the habit.)
the annual “why the fuck did I not plan a single thing about nanowrimo this year” downward spiral of despair