Ah... yes... the joy of drafting.
When I'm drafting, I get to write for myself first. I get to just enjoy the roller coaster of the story, because although I do know where it will end, I have ABSOLUTELY no idea how it will get there.
It's only day 2, but Don't Look Back has thrown me some serious curves. The FBI agent Nick Parker was supposed to be a guy that's in and out of the story, sort of to keep the pace going.
Instead, he hijacked it and has some parts from his POV. Oh... and he has a MASSIVE secret. I can't wait for the great reveal. But that's still about 30k words away.
In the mean time, as I'm getting into the story, my writing is starting to speed up. I should cross the 2k mark later today, which will be about double what I managed yesterday.
Things are starting to look doable...
What about you? Got any curve balls from unexpected characters? And those of you who decided to not NaNo, how are your revisions/edits/researches going?
If you guys are interested, I'll try to introduce you to my main characters tomorrow. ;-)