Friday, November 20, 2015

# NaNoWriMo # Post

NaNo 2015 -Day 20!

I've interrupted my normal blog schedule to bring you daily updates from November's National Novel Writing Challenge

Throughout November, I'll be checking in daily with some quick notes, a progress meter, and to share my favorite line written that day! 

Daily Notes: Well, it finally was the first day I did not make the "minimum" average word count of 1667 words. Now, my personal average to beat is 527 currently, and I nearly doubled that, so it's all good. Besides, I've been spending a lot of my so-called "days off" from work doing chore extravaganzas, so after a few hours of the same, I decided to take a break.
44k and counting!

Daily Total: 1033

Favorite Line Written Today: 

"A man, a gorgeous creature with rippling muscles, hair like pale white satin, and wings—huge, shimmering wings—had appeared out of nowhere while she had lain in bed, trying to fall asleep but too busy freaking out about finals."

Daily Progress:

About The Sons of Herne:

The god Herne has appointed eight of his most virile, headstrong sons as keepers of the pagan holidays. To honor their sabbat, each must join with a mortal female in a ritual to maintain the balance between worlds.

It is the year of The Thousand Seasons, and the Fates have secretly conspired to mark the end of an era by granting the gods one thing they lack--a true union of male and female that will last beyond the passion of a sabbat joining.
Herne’s sons will wrestle with the conflict between sacred duty and their own yearnings, a struggle will not only challenge their beliefs, but may threaten the success of rituals that must be observed lest the mortal and immortal worlds collide in chaos.

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I'm J. Rose Allister, wife, working mom, and the author of over twenty-five books. Somewhere in between one and the next, I love hanging out here on my blog and over on Twitter. Give me a comment or follow-I love chatting with people!

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