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Wednesday Words

Man, this has been A Week. Guys, don't decide to write a 50k fic over the course a month while also modding multiple fests, one of which is an exchange that requires a ton of administrative work and also needs you to proof 300k+ of fic. Which is to say nothing of the RL stuff in my life. So yeah, I'm... a little overstretched, and want to throw my stupid Advent!Fic out the window, but am choose instead to take deep breaths and persevere! This next week is looking like it'll be extra tricky, so wish me luck! <3

Weekly Word Count (11/20 - 11/26) = 12,240

What I Worked On:
  • [community profile] slythindor100 Advent!Fic: wrote 3 scenes, finished outlining the rest of the fic, edited everything I've written so far, and sent off to my betas! This brings my total to 20/25 scenes complete!

Next Week's Goals
  • [community profile] slythindor100 Advent!Fic: posting starts within the next week! So my top priority will be to go through and incorporate any beta feedback into the chapters that are posting. After that, my hope is to finish writing the last five scenes, and to get those edited and sent to beta. Frankly, this might be ambitious given I'll be out of town for a few days for Thanksgiving and just don't know what my writing time will be like. But at-most, this should only knock out 3/7 days, so I should *hopefully* still have some time to work through most of my game-plan.


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