2,000 words is good going on one work, let alone two. Well done you! Personally I find if I write more than 1,500 words a day I sort of burn out a bit for the next day or the quality goes down. :-(Been working on my novel and a new piece, I suspect will be novella-sized. I've already completed about 2,000 words on each today!
Now, if i can keep this up!
I wrote a short story I intended to submit to a group I've published with before, but after I'd finished it, I decided not to submit. Oh, I think it's written well enough; but after re-reading it, I realized it wasn't "extraordinary". For the subject matter, it was quite common. I believe it's good enough to include in a collection of stories I'm working on (on and off), but not for the wonderful publications that group puts out! For my collection, I think it'll fit perfectly!
I usually run in spurts: I'll do 1500 to 2000 (or more) a day for 3 to 7 days, then run at least that much time with 0 to 200. Ah well... no one ever ever accused me of being consistent!Personally I find if I write more than 1,500 words a day I sort of burn out a bit for the next day or the quality goes down. :-(
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