I had to combine the totals for the two NaNoWriMo writing days, since Day 20 on Sunday, Nov. 20 wasn’t a writing day at all. More like research and staying in touch with my writing project, a sequel to The Lost Town based in Singapore, MI during a major selling event, Christmas through Lowell.
For the third day in a row, I was stationed inside the Lowell Area Historical Museum, Industry & Retail Room with the Cutter Factory sleigh, selling books with six other vendors. Although we had a ball and enjoyed good sales it was exhausting.
I had a clear view of the Strand Theater’s playbill from who knows when that actually inspired me. Check out the feature photo.
By now, we know each other’s sales pitches by heart.
“Are you readers?” I ask. “Do you like to read?”
“No, I don’t have the time,” was the overwhelming response.
“My earrings are two for 10,” Ashley Thompson said.
And so on.
“I have postcards from Lowell,” Bruce Doll said.
“Would you like to buy a candle?” the candle kid said.
NaNoWriMo Day 21
I logged in a total of 1,600 words trying to get back into the swing of things. You would not believe what a two-day break from writing does. It puts you out of touch with your own story, and with the characters, you have created. It takes forever to get back into the zone of the book.
To be continued..
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