Sunday, November 18, 2012

Tanaver III

The following chapters have been done at Tanaver.

Part I

Chapter I: A Day in the Life
Part I, Part II

Chapter II: This Darkest Sea
Part I, Part II

Chapter III: Conversation over Lunch
Part I, Part II

Chapter IV: City in Heaven
Part I, Part II

Chapter V: Ohu's Stronghold ** New **
Part I, Part II

Chapter VI: Representatives ** New **
Part I, Part II

Chapter VII: Negotiations ** New **
Part I, Part II

The current wordcount is around 22700. I am behind about 3 days, or something like 4500-5500 words. Even if I do not make up any of that deficit, I should be through Part I and into Part II by the end of this next week, anyway. I had been worried at one point about whether it would actually take me the entire month to make it through Part I. Currently the chapters cut the story somewhat oddly, but I'm not worrying about that too much at this point.

I had promised last time to say something about Samar philosophy, but it will have to wait until next week; it's late, I did not sleep well last night, and I have early class and a long day tomorrow.

2 comments:

  1. MrsDarwin9:54 AM

    I'm anticipating the next installment of negotiations.

    Looking over my stats for last year, I find that on day 19 I was 22,567. So you're at an eminently recoverable point, especially if you have time over the Thanksgiving weekend to boost word count. For my part, I intend to eschew cooking the turkey in lieu of cooking the story.

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  2. branemrys8:32 AM

     I'm hoping to be able to get a boost over Thanksgiving; and I'll actually need one, since I'm going to be hit with final projects on coming back.

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