I’D HAVE AN ACTUAL BODY of published fiction by now.
Last recorded milestone on It’s Dolly’s Birthday was September 4 at 90,000 words. At bed time Sunday night, Scrivener informed me I had a project word count of 94,775. Not bad for a story originally forecast at 75,000 words. Not good for a story that was at 30,000 words this time last year and is STILL not finished.
If I could get 2,500 words every day, as I say, I’d be a lot farther along than I am. But, to quote Robert Plant, it’s no-no-no-o-body’s fault but mine.