Italic = in-progress
Bold = finished
Strike Through = unfinished
Underline = in-development
Same Differences. Crap.9540 words.
- Surrendering. Crap, but I guess I learned something. 11990 words.
Living. Sequel to Surrendering. Crap.2276 words. Selene Younglood. Not crap. I’m hoping to rewrite it someday and finish it.10 000 words. Unwanted Vampirism. Also crap.4282 words.
- A Blanket Unwoven. Crap,but I know learned something. 31 333 words.
Catching Rodrigo. Not crap.3971 words. Nothing’s Changed. Kinda crap.7023 words. The Veiled Moon. Not really crap.4795 words. The Healing Process. Had potential.596 words. Zoe. Don’t even remember it.792 words. Hayley. Loved the main character.663 words. Alice Whitley. Meh.510 words. Emmeline. Ugh.185 words. Her smile. Had potential, liked idea, lacked plot .8365 words.
- Learning to Breathe. Not crap. Mostly. Some crappiness in the first few chapter, but chapter 7 is looking VERY good. 21 121 words.
- Playing with Darts. Hopefully no crappiness. Goal: 80 000 words. Achievable in a little more than 5 months if I write 500 words a day. 2534 words.
So, to recap, I’ve written:
Started another 20 (that’s including a few when I was 10/11/12 and some when I was 13/14 so small they don’t even count)
10 short stories
And countless stories for school
Overall: More than 150 000 words
Note to self: edit when I get home. Where I have a list of the names of my unfinished novels. And the word count. I’m OCD like that. Okay, the truth is I was bored, didn’t want to do homework. So I dug up ALL my stories, and using word count and a calculator I figured out how many words I’ve written. At the time: 105 000 words, more or less. Since then I’ve written a lot more. Thank God. I’m guessing it’s now 130 000 words. And I’m not even counting stories I started and didn’t finish when I was 10 and 11 and 12. And stories I was forced to write for school. If I counted every creative word I’ve ever written, it’d maybe come to 200 000 words. Or maybe even (hopefully) 300 000.
PS: Am leaving note to self, don’t feel like deleting it.