The End of NaNoWriMo

As sad as I am that November is over, I’m extremely happy for the great month of writing I had.

I know that I’ll probably cringe and shudder when I read my NaNo novel, but that’s okay. It’s been shoved into a dusty corner of my hard drive until I have the guts to pull it back out and read it in full. That day is quite far out on the horizon.

To sum up my daring adventure this month, I thought I’d post my graphs here again, showing how the remainder of my month went. I’m not exactly proud of the day I missed writing, but, at the same time, I’m glad for it. Because the only reason I wrote over 5k that one day was because I felt guilty in missing one day of writing. There’s always a good and a bad to everything.

A graph showing the word counts each day during NaNoWriMo

Here’s my detailed graph showing various statistics during all 30 days of November. Click to see the larger version.

A graph showing my word progress during the month of November

My other graph that’s similar to the one on the NaNoWriMo site.

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4 thoughts on “The End of NaNoWriMo

  1. Congratulations on meeting the NaNo challenge. I had to laugh when I read, “Until I have the guts to pull it back out.” I can certainly relate!

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