I've worked on my fiction 200 consecutive days now, definitely blowing away my premillennial record of 175 days or so.
Here's what I managed in that time:
- One draft of a short novel, "Red Jacket," 51,000 words last November during NaNoWriMo. (It's got superheroes.)
- One revision, and sale, of a 600-word short-short, "The Odd Poem." I'm told it will appear this summer on How to Write Stories About Writers.
- Two new stories out now seeking homes: "The Language of Monsters," 6800 words (rejected once so far), and "HappYness by DeXign," 4000 words.
- One workshopped revision of the now even shorter "Red Jacket, " 42,000 words even with two additional chapters added. (It's still got superheroes.)
- All but the final draft of a third story, "The Solid House," now around 8500 words, but that'll come down below novelette length. Should be able to get this out by day 209.
- A couple days work on a long-incomplete novella, and a week's work on a long-incomplete novel.
This list probably sounds ridiculously thin to some, and just a ridiculously bloated to others, so thanks for your indulgence!