November 10, 2014
I discovered as I delved into my project that I was trying to stick too much stuff into one book, and that things would work better -- especially for the reader -- if I were to reorganize things into two or more books.
These are non-fiction works which I plan on uploading as eBooks on Amazon, etc., when I'm done. Breaking the project into smaller bits, targeting to specific issues, may be welcomed by a reader who's not interested in more than specifics in one area. A smaller word count will probably work better here when setting a price point, too.
So, am I where I need to be numbers-wise? Nope.
I'm satisfied with how things are progressing though, and that's important. Success for me this month will be to discipline myself to work steadily on my own projects and get them finalized (as opposed to working on work for other folk). With this, I hope to have a new routine established that gives me a block of time each day dedicated to my own publications.
So, here I am evaluating things on Day 10. I can catch up on the word count, and I think the change in perspective towards this project is a real breakthrough.
So, when I look at my NaNoWriMo progress, I'm succeeding.