NaNoWriMo: Day Twenty-Two

Hi all,

Today was definitely a better writing day than yesterday. I was out all morning and only got back in the early afternoon. I managed to get some writing done then before having to break and do other things–including taking part in the best #storycrafter chat on Twitter ever! Then the rest of the evening allowed for some time to write some more.

Before going into my writing accomplishments, I just want to expand on the Twitter chat hosted by the wonderfully talented Faye Kirwin at Writerology.

We role-played the chat this today as our protagonists. It was a most enjoyable way to spend the afternoon. If you are free Sundays at 3:00pm EST, and are on Twitter, you should definitely check it out! It’s a great community to be a part of!

With that said, let’s move on to the day’s efforts in Heritage.

Word Count of the Day: 2,137! Which puts me past 53k and nearer to the story’s end!!

First and last lines of the day:

How can a man carry so much pain?

She wanted it to be a dream.

What happened today: At first, some more storytelling from Terrie. I’ve come to realize that many of the told stories will go before the end, but they’ll make for extra writing goodies to share one day 🙂

After that, Terrie and Peggie faced a lightning storm that resulted in their worse plight since leaving. Peggie also discovered a talent that she had never known before. It was the excitement of that last scene that really pushed me through to my 2k goal and a little past.

How was your weekend of writing? Any exciting incidents? Any unexpected twists? And moments of heartbreak or joy?

If you are on Twitter, do you participate in any weekly chats? Or do you host one? Do you find that it helps to inspire you?

May inspiration flow like ink on your quill


Faith quill-ink

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