Touch all of my main stories, but focus on #1 (the book I want to finish first).
It’s fun for me to write on multiple stories. I also usually end up with more words at the end of the day than I would otherwise.
Then, work on my last published book’s paperback today. I’ll do it in LibreOffice so I can take advantage of the more robust widows and orphans and hyphenation settings.
Once it is done (focus on finishing!) I can try it in Word 2016 if I feel I must. Don’t even bother with Word 2007, the hyphenation is horrible.
Word produces really decent print books for me. I think LibreOffice Writer will probably do just as well, and will definitely be easier on me with the extra hyphenation options and finer control over widows and orphans. I don’t mind first lines of new paragraphs ending a page (orphans); it’s the last lines of a paragraph beginning a new page that I try hardest to eliminate (widows).
Read back through ALL of today’s writing, looking for stuff to fix so I can safely ignore it all tomorrow and just start writing from wherever I left off (and not feel like I’m leaving things undone).
In-progress Finished writing
Word count check-ins
|Time||Words (book)||Words (today)|
|11:56 am||19,070 words||84 words|
|12:35 pm||19,173 words||187 words|
|11:01 pm||19,285 words||299 words|
That’s it! I’ll update my word counts as the day goes on but anything more than that will probably end up in its own post. :D