Good morning and we're back with more #MayWritingChallenge progress by none other than, moi.
Can you believe the month's almost over?
I can honestly say it's been rather a slow progression for me when I came back to Twitter's Monthly Writing Challenge after four in a half months of college courses. But that's the beauty of it. Progression is what you make of it in the work you do, friends.
All right, now. Let's take a look at my Week 3 results.
Day 15-1,336 words in 35 minutes. I wasted five minutes being distracted by social media and made up for it. Slow but I can't argue with what I put down.
Day 16-Took another 30 minute sprint for improvement. The result was 1,543 words.
Day 17-1,788 in 30 minutes.
Day 18-90 minutes of writing Wednesday night.
Day 19-1 hour & 16 minutes of writing.
Day 20-15 minute sprint. A little slow but I plowed through and finished with 2,447 words a little before midnight.
Day 21-2 hours of writing. I can see the finish line for the second issue of my WIP.
What's the takeaway from the past week? Keep trying those writing sprints. I know I can be a slow writer most of the time, but it's important to keep on to not only carve out a word count, but to improve your speed on the keyboard. Distractions are a given, yes. You just have to push through them with whatever the time you take for writing. For this week I'll take another shot at writing 30 minutes to improve my words per minute and move on to the next comic book script.
That's a wrap for my weekly writing challenge report. I'll catch ya'll cats at the end of the month!