NaNoWriMo: Chilling on the Climb

This is a status brief for the tenth day of NaNoWriMo.

My novel draft stalled at just over 5,000 words while my state’s midterms elections, technical issues, and physical troubles worried through my free time. That means that a this of the way into the month, I’m a tenth of the way into my project goal.

Yikes.

Tomorrow, I can attempt to catch up to a couple of days worth of draft writing. I’d like to start early and push through most of the day, because next week isn’t looking to give me much time for writing.

For those of you on Twitter, I’ll also be catching up on #LGBTQwrimo posts tomorrow.

In the meantime, here in excerpt of my guys attempting a conversation.

Hills thought on the words to make sure he’d heard them correctly. “You don’t cause any bad feelings. All that happens is I worry. I feel badly for maybe not treating you the way you deserve to be treated.”

“As a god,” Amethyst said.

Hills insisted, “As a man. A good man.”

“I like how you treat me as a good man.”

“You are too good for words, starlight.”

They have some work to do, too.

 

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