2015 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 2,300 times in 2015. If it were a cable car, it would take about 38 trips to carry that many people.

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#Writing Update

d7a3e-writingCurrent word count: 2,171 words

Just a quick update here. My word count Looks like a lot compared to the 590 I reported last time but really it’s just me writing the story that happens years later and having to take moments to explain certain aspects of the world to myself. I am enjoying writing it, even if it’s not what I actually planned to write. Then again, my planning and ability to stick to even basic┬áplans isn’t the best in the world. I think I have established that in other posts. Even so, I am writing.

The next couple of weeks could see me not posting at all here or not writing anything because of life taking priority as well as Christmas and all the engagements and obligations that come with that territory. Have fun writing, good luck and happy holidays I suppose in case I can’t post here again in the meantime!

#Writing Update

3278e-writerJust a quick update.

It’s been 5 days since NaNoWriMo finished and I have written just 590 words all together. I think it’s the post-NaNo Blues combined with life being very busy. I have written a little on my Camp story with the dark witch at school, re-read some of it to reacquaint myself with it and have started writing something that happens a few years later with the characters, taking some inspiration from the latest Lockwood & Co. novel, Hallow Boy.

I am just glad to be writing I think and it is going to be my main aim for this month I think, just to keep writing. I know I can be very tired in December so anything I do will just be a bonus at the moment. How are you getting on? Is December the hardest or easiest month for you to write in or somewhere in between? Do you have any aims for this week or month? Don’t be afraid to comment below.