To add to my frustration, I wanted to finish early so I could get a better discount from Scrivener for completing my 50,000 words. What I didn't realize was my tutorial watching and software learning took days off my trial run. So I am under the gun to finish my 50,000 words sooner than I planned.
This stop and start method of writing makes me feel stilted. My story doesn't feel like it has the rhythm and flow I like to see in my writing. I don't know if my feelings are the result of the external pressures of my environment or if my idea isn't good.
Here is the bottom line: Completed 13, 466 words in 9 days. I have 36,534 words to write in 21 days. I can accomplish this feat if I write more than 1740 words daily.
The added pressures comes with wanting to finish early before my trial of Scrivener evaporates with all my notes and my book. I need to write 1922 words per day. Can I do it? Only my "little grey cells" know for sure. Until next week readers, write on.