The good news is the end is in sight. My Faux Nano plan, commencing in early October, was to write a scene a day, and to produce a novel by the end of November. I had 57 scenes, so it mostly seemed to add up. Except some of those scenes ended up combining. And Project Fun is turning out to be much shorter than I expected. So now here I am, barely starting November, and ramping up to the climax.
If I continue writing a scene a day, I should finish the book by next Thursday.
Craziness! I'm now getting a bit paranoid about word count, thinking about adding scenes, padding out subplots...
But still, finishing early is a good thing because I'm definitely running low on steam. I don't know about the rest of you, but for me, drafting is hard work. I find it mentally, but also physically draining. Nap inducing. Is that just me?
Anyway, current word count (as of Thursday): 27,400
Scenes left: 7
How are your projects, Nano or otherwise, coming along?