I met up with another writer today. And what is amazing about that is the is was Show Day. I interpreted a show in the evening, but we still carved out a bit of time to write. Awesome!
See? This is one of the reasons I do NaNoWriMo. I've learned over the years that I can't fall too far behind because it becomes very hard to catch up. I have, every time, when I've fallen behind. This yer the story has been a bit tough from the first keystrokes, and I'm only on day 4 (actually, it is now day 5 as I type this).
So I know, write some every day, if at all possible. And I made it happen today, even with and interpreted performance in the evening.
I manage to get nearly caught up; just a couple of hundred words short of where I should be at the end of day four. And I'm okay with that.
There has already been a shift in the story and a couple of gems came out in my writing. It seems this story wants to go in another direction and I'm going to let it go and follow in its footsteps. I learned my lesson about five years ago when I tried to insist on too much control of a story's direction.
So, flow story, flow, and I will follow.
Ended the day with a word count of 6505. The target for day four was 6666. Not bad.