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View Poll Results: What is your daily quota?

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Thread: What is your daily word count/quota?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DanielSTJ View Post
    I'm trying to figure out when to put aside work. I vary in intensity and am trying to find out what is an ideal writing goal per day. For this reason, fellow AWers, I ask for your input. Do you have a set time? Number of pages? Chapters completed?

    Please share your insight.
    Mornings are best for my old brain, and rough draft I shoot for 1000 on the days I write and they are crap.

    I remember one bizarre day last summer that I plunked out 7000 bad words. Sometimes the scenes really do play out and come out the fingertips. More often I have no idea what happens next, although thinking in terms of 'plot points' seems to help this time around.

    Book one I started with an arc'd out plot. Book two I am trying "discovery writing" and it's not working for me. I need to make me a plot arc. I've discovered I'm definitely a plotter.

    I'm in camp nanowrimo and writing 1000 words reliably every other day. 2018 goal was to have a first draft done for book two. I'm on track.
    Last edited by Patty; 07-16-2018 at 06:25 AM.
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