Progress on The Feelings of the Hunter
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The Feelings of the Hunter 39,569 of 100,000 words
|25-May-10 12:49pm||423||Was out most of the day, diminished typing time.||10,965|
|24-May-10 12:54pm||594||Mapped Yggdrasil today. What a faff! Made some decisions of my own about where each realm is, following as close to the textual placement as possible, disregarding other people's ideas to a large extent.||10,542|
|23-May-10 11:04am||148||So much reading! Details, details, details. Lots of notes made on my WikiPad.||9,948|
|21-May-10 11:22am||1,978||Surprised by the amount typed today. No - I didn't forget about my husband or son, in fact we played a lot! Amazingly, the words just kept flowing, though.||9,169|
|20-May-10 5:29am||693||Lots done, lots more to look up. Good day.||7,191|
|18-May-10 11:08am||247||Spent much of yesterday asleep, today in a lot of pain. Visited GP. Sore and distracted.||6,498|
|16-May-10 2:15pm||206||More research than writing, naughty me. Some new ideas to flesh out the action, though, which is often a good thing.||6,251|
|15-May-10 12:54pm||500||Odd that it came to exactly 500, that's my daily goal.||6,045|
|14-May-10 12:11pm||686||Took up main narrative again today, had been focusing on overall outline until now.||5,545|
|29-Jan-10 12:01pm||3,879||Not all written today! Didn't keep records of daily words.||4,859|
|1-Jan-10 12:03pm||980||Began writing today.||980|
Tuesday, July 4th
There seemed a strange stillness over everything. But as I listened, I heard as if from down below in the valley the howling of many wolves. The Count's eyes gleamed, and he said, "Listen to them, the children of the night. What music they make!" Seeing, I suppose, some expression in my face strange to him, he added, "Ah, sir, you dwellers in the city cannot enter into the feelings of the hunter."
from Dracula by Bram Stoker