Nun habe ich das zweite NaNo-Wochenende hinter mir. Was hat es mir gebracht?
1. Tag 7232 Wörter - 2. Tag 10868 Wörter - 3. Tag 12776 Wörter - 4. Tag 15793 Wörter - 5. Tag 16979 Wörter - 6. Tag 23920 Wörter - 7. Tag 25437 - 8. Tag 27833 - 9. Tag 29564 - 10. Tag 31431 - 11. Tag 31787 Wörter - 12. Tag 33665 Wörter - 13. Tag 35733 Wörter - 14. Tag [im Moment] 36256 Wörter
Also seit Tag 11 über 4000 Wörter geschafft. Hätte ich nicht gedacht. Und die 40k-Grenze ist nicht weit! Trotzdem bleibt das immer noch eine Qual. Aber ich weiß, dass ich das überstehen werde! Ich will auf jeden Fall bis zum nächsten Wochenende die magische Grenze erreicht haben. Mal sehen, ob ich das hinkriege.
Weiter geht es mit der Challenge! ^_^
Day 12 - Imagine you’re behind in your word count goals (even if you’re not) and are going to pull an all-nighter to catch up. Screencap a playlist of inspirational music you would use to get you up to speed.
Music is the last thing I need when I'm writing. It's too distractful for me.
Day 13 - Name a male character from your novel. Describe him through the point of view and words of the female character you introduced in question 3 (if they never interact, pick another female character).
Hello, it's me again, Minna. Well, at the moment I don't know James very well, so I'll just start with my former trainee, Sidney DeGuigné. He is a really difficult character but I told you he is good at heart. He just doesn't like showing that side. He is pretty much a lone wolf and has only a few friends. He is very good looking but he also has a sharp tongue which makes it hard for many women to get close to him. There is only a woman he respects much and sadly it's not his teacher! I think he and that woman would make a nice couple. But I know this is never going to work. I can't wait for it to see how James will change him. Maybe Sidney will learn something new about himself.
Day 14 - Is the sexuality of your characters a large part of your novel’s story? If so, are there characters who deviate from the heterosexual “norm”? In what way?
I don't like "love dovey" stuff much so I don't make a big fuss about it. And there have been always homosexual characters in every story I wrote in the past. So yes, there are some characters in "Nodville" who are either gay or lesbian.