It wasn't much writing by NaNoWrimo standards: six or seven thousand words in ten days, versus seventeen thousand. But the story is progressing again, and maybe having worked on it for a while I'll be more motivated to keep at it. I guess I'll know it four weeks, if I've run out of buffer and don't have anything new to post yet. o.o;;
Other things I did last week:
* Wrote three delight_in_wt entries so that I'd have one for last Thursday, today, and tomorrow (rightly reasoning that I wasn't going to want to write one tonight for tomorrow).
* Ran the usual World Tree game on Thursday instead of cancelling it so I'd have more time to write.
* Went to work each day instead of calling in so I'd have more time to write.
So, yay me, I didn't blow off any of my other commitments so I could make the newest one. I just made it anyway. Yay!
Incidentally, I wound up doing almost all the writing on S&S on the weekends. Two entries on each Saturday & Sunday, one entry on the last Friday, and one entry today. I did very little during the week apart from some game prep for World Tree.
I am still trying to persuade myself that the schedule I am currently shooting for -- two entries for S&S and three for Delight-in -- is somehow reasonable. I just have to write a few Delight-in entries during the week and a couple of S&S on the weekend and I'm good. Please disregard that this adds up to more words per month than The Master Plan that almost broke me when I was writing Prophecy. Yeah.
For now, I'll just rest on my laurels. And get an entry together for Delight so I have something to post there Thursday.