Glenda, I hate you! How can you write 50,000 words in a month as normal everyday practice? And 2,000 words per day! I NEVER get up to 2,000 words a day. Well, OK, maybe once or twice, but only near the end of a novel where it's almost spinning itself out.
I've just been feeling very pleased with myself for completing the first 30,000 words of LIBERATOR (sequel to WORLDSHAKER) in TWO months. For me, that's really really good - testimony to the fact that it's flowing along without a hiccup. But compared to you, I'm on permanent hiccups!
I'm still waiting for that invention of an electronic device that scans pictures and story in my brain and converts them instantly into perfect words on the page. Will the intending inventor please hurry up and invent it?
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