Yeah...not so great. At that total, Aardwolf would not have won NaNoWriMo. But there where some things that needed change, and the novel is a lot better now as a result. And it's not the quantity of the words that's really important, but the quality.
But in my defense, it takes a lot longer to write Aardwolf now then it did at the begining because I now must have three documents other then Aardwolf open while I write that I flip back and forth form because Aardwolf is so complex.
New Character (yeah!)
Here's a list of (important) characters I have introduced since my last post.
And I have plans for dozens of character that I recently invented. A sneak peak being
And a few posts ago, I mentioned the characters Promise and Faithful (which are kinda sorta (that's a complex part) not their real names in a weird way) and now my characters know their names. But you don't get to know that. :P (Because I'm mean like that)
People dying (Such a wonderful sub-category)
I am about to kill someone in my story! (Though who, you do not get to know.)
Today I wrote very little on Aardwolf itself, but a lot the planning side. I wrote a lot on a document titled "extended names" but revealing what that means is revealing way too much. And also in my reading through Aardwolf, I added a cool story to a book that my character Conleeh (who loves reading) reads through. He's a bit nerdy at times. Anyway...goodbye.