In some ways, it'll be bitter sweet though. You see, every June, when my writing group breaks for the summer, we write down our summer commitments: What do we plan to achieve? We can choose whatever we want, but ideally it is something writing related. The secretary collects our "commitments" and holds them for us. Over the summer, I usually forget about my promise until it gets close to September. Then, the first meeting back, the secretary reads aloud from the collected commitments and we have to say how we did.
My goal this year was to finish the first, ugly draft of my current work-in-progress.
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In my own defense - yes, there are excuses ahead - I've been working closely with my critique group, so hopefully what I have written is pretty solid. I really want to meet that 80,000 word count though. There are sixteen days to that first meeting. With 36,000 words still needed, that's a "whole lotta" writing! <Gasp>
Okay - ready, set, TYPE!