Milestone: Half-Full Cup

ancient Greek numeral for 50

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At least for me, there are many milestones while writing a book. For example: each completed page is a milestone. One page written is one less you need to write before completion. You could even say each day you sit in front of the computer is a new milestone.

I keep track of the hours I work each day and the number of pages I write. This way I can see (quantitatively) how much I’ve written. I feel it’s a great boost to see my daily numbers. Even if I’ve only spent 30 minutes and written half a page, it’s 30 minutes I’ve been able to enjoy writing and I have about 200 words to show for it. This is my reward, my milestone.

But this is a big milestone for me. One that definitely deserves attention:

I’m officially half-way done with my novel, Jac and the City of 1,000 Worlds.

Yep.

I think that’s pretty cool.

I was planning on writing on a new topic this week, but I felt this was something to stand up and cheer about.

Wahoo!

Cheers

-SJn

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4 thoughts on “Milestone: Half-Full Cup

  1. Reblogged this on Daedalus Press and commented:

    Half-way there!

  2. unspywriter says:

    Congrats on the half-way mark!

  3. imaginationalley says:

    I like being half-way there, so congratulations and good luck on the other half!

  4. Norv says:

    Congrats! Definitely worth a little celebration. 😀

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