Sunday, November 17, 2013

The first post NaNo day

Today is a special day. I've been keeping an eye on the live internet feed from Ironman Arizona, watching for news of my buddy David. The camera angles for the swim exit, T1 and T2 were unfortunate to say the least.

I know several people in the race.
Jordan, sub 10 hours, finishing just ahead of the female winner.
Feeling for Sara, who didn't finish after a good start.
Kendall, finishing just under 12 and a half hours, looking good!
And David Turner 13:44! You are a champ!

It was a quiet day around the house. Cold out. The main activity was looking over what I've written, and thinking about the edits. Still thinking about the actual ending. The one I wrote today is a bridge to a sequel if I go there, and it completes part of the story. The next piece of it, that I probably won't get to tonight, is the rest of the story.

Oh, at the moment it's 53500 words.


  1. I spent part of Saturday watching the NBC Kona World Championships - so inspirational!

    And no editing, Keith - keep throwing out those words (make your NaNo goal 100,000 words) so that you get to The End and then you can edit/revise. Congrats on winning NaNoWriMo!!

  2. Watching the finish line of an Ironman is so amazing, isn't it?

    Congrats on NaNoWriMo!

  3. Keith, these are great! Thanks so much for the kind words. I told myself I would be happy with a 14 hour time... More news and pictures coming from my blog soon...


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