Sigh... to do something that isn't either economics or NaNo related. So heavenly.
When I write, I'm worrying about economics. When I study, I'm thinking about writing.
Still, I'm slowly getting ahead of schedule with Doorways. (I'm about 400 words ahead of their daily goals.) So if I manage to write at my current rate, I will have gained a day by next week. I may get more writing done this weekend though, but I haven't decided if I will make my weekend writing-only, or studying-only.
Especially when I consider that both will leave me more or less equally exhausted.
I'm at this stage still wringing the words out of my muse. I get them down, but the effort involved is rather tiring. When I'm not wringing, I'm cramming portions of my economics into my head. Will I be more efficient doing only the one, or the other?
Yes... but I might also kill myself in the process.
Then there's also the fact that something very strange happened in James and Ward's story, while a complete stranger appeared in Callan's. Oh the joys of pantsing.
I do like the stranger, although, he further complicates her life when she really doesn't need it.
Wait... why am I complaining about that? Complications are good... Complications give me stuff to write about... Hopefully.
How is your NaNo going so far? And please leave your user names so that I can buddy you. :-)