When I recently reviewed the final draft of my novella, Traption, I used this trick to keep track of where I leave off when I am done for the day. I start with my whole manuscript in red. As I go through each paragraph, I turn it black when I’m done. This let’s me know where I left off. In the past, I think I know where I stopped revising, but I’m only human. This may seem like a simple tip, but it’s very helpful for me.
Camp NaNoWriMo starts today. My plan is to write 1000 words a day. I will produce 333 words on three different WIPs each day. My goal is to reach 25,000 words. Plenty of spare days to do that.
My new novella, Traption, is now available at: