NaNoWriMo 2020 Results

I wanted to let you know, I’m still married after another NaNoWriMo! Tim is always supportive of my writing.

We took walks on the beach in November.

Besides writing, we were able to meet our newest grandson, we hung out with my youngest son and his wife, and I even got to play disk golf with my oldest son. Considering we’re still living through COVID-19, I felt blessed to see part of my family.

Here’s the newest member of our family. He’s got a sweet temperament, and we’re all in love with the little guy.

It’s rare for my kids to get together now that we’re so far apart, making this time even more special.


Bill taught me to play disk golf and never complained about how bad I was.
In case you’re not convinced I finished writing 50,000 words on the fourth book of A Low Country Dog Walker Mystery series, I did complete NaNoWriMo! Normally my books are 75,000 words, so I continue to write. But I consider November a success.

I hope you had a blessed November!

National Novel Writing Month

There’s nothing that will make my husband cringe faster than when I announce my plans to participate in NaNoWriMo.

The goal is to write 50,000 words in 30 days.

That’s 1667 words per day if you don’t take a day off. I started slow, so I’ll need some powerful days.

I’m working on the fourth book of A Low Country Dog Walker Mystery series.
The tenative title is Bark and Seek.

If I write 50,000 words, I’l be 2/3 finished. If I don’t try, it won’t happen. So if you don’t hear much from me this month, you’ll know I’m writing.