Aargh! I’m already beyond frustrated with Nanowrimo this year. I spent the entire month of October outlining a new story and creating character bios and locations, and now I can’t seem to get the darned story to paper! LOL!
This is a repeat story for my history with Nanowrimo. I usually finish the deadline, but I’m never happy with the outcome because I’ve gone full bore with the story’s rough draft. It turns out so bad that what I have when I finish is downright intimidating when December comes and it’s time to finish the story and edit. I take the time to read what I’ve written and realize that it’s all drek… I just can’t bring myself to continue afterwards.
This year I decided to do Nanowrimo a little differently by doing these bios and location histories. I wanted to have an opportunity to create GOOD writing rather than drek, like usual. So, why is the story not coming? Am I just doomed to rushing through the 50k words and hate the story when I near the end? What’s the secret, because it’s no longer satisfying to just meet the deadline anymore?
I’m not blocked, just frustrated with my pace. Dammit, this time I’m going to get the novel out of it, even if I don’t win Nano this year.