CampNaNoWriMo: Day 6

Managed 4700 words today. I’ve been struggling writing straight into the laptop. I’ve had three pretty crap days of it. I gave it a good go but it was like trying to feed myself with my mouth shut. So today I got my pen out. I didn’t bother with a notebook, just grabbed some scabby old A4 refill and got going. I had to stop for Lego duty and Johnny English Reborn and then I had to type it all up, but I’m pleased with today’s progress.

There has been a bit of chat in my cabin but as far as I can tell, only three of us are writing. Perhaps some are only updating their total once a week, I don’t know, but I’m a bit disappointed.

I wanted to add a picture but WordPress has gone all ugly and I can’t find anything. It sucks!

UPDATE: Found the old editing settings. Hurrah!06a

 

 

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