Later, in a few days, I'm going to tell you about all the success my friends are having. This year is going to be exciting. Everybody I know has a book coming out. And you should read them all. I've read most of them, and I'm telling you that you don't want miss them.
But that's the next post. This post is going to be about what's happening in my world. So, fair warning, you might want to turn back now.
Here's what happened with Nano. My dad broke his arm. Well, we didn't know it was broken then, because the Doctor missed it on the ex-rays. Anyway, Nano, nope.
I gave up. I admit it. But I didn't give up on the book. I couldn't. I didn't bang out 50,000 words in those thirty days, but I kept trying to move forward. I have always felt like I write so slowly I could do it with my own blood and not injure myself. That's gotten more and more frustrating, but as I look at the manuscript, I have made progress.
So, here's what I'm saying. This is the year all my friends have books. Next year's mine. So I'm going to keep you updated on my progress, as well as everybody else's, because, well, I want to.