Saturday, November 12, 2011

Day 11 of NaNoWriMo 2011

General Stats:
Words Written Today: 2070
Total Words Written: 20835
Write-ins attended: 4
Words Written at a Write-in Today: 0
Total Words Written at Write-ins: 7625
Cups of Coffee This Month: 12
Plans Changed to Accommodate More Writing: 0
Named Characters Killed: 3
Scenes I forgot to Plot Out: 1
Scenes Completed: 18
Scenes Written that I’m likely to Cut in December: 2
Random Ideas Generated: 6
Scenes that I need to Add: 1
Emotional Breakdowns: 1

Random Thoughts:
- Still feeling sick-ish which isn't a good thing for writing motivation
- Despite lots of distractions, I got my 2K words written by 11:59pm

Small Snippet of Novel:

Sector Red Three was one of the original bio domes scavenged from the colony ship that had brought humanity to Tresaria. It was one of the biggest surprises that human had had in their colonization program. When the colony ship has launched from earth, Tresaria’s surveys had shown a planet rich in dense minerals and with an Earth-like atmosphere and fertile soils. Tresaria was expected to be one of the best suited planets for humanity that the colonization program would ever find. The colonists had a great surprise when they came out of stasis in front of a planet with a severely toxic atmosphere and poisoned soil. IT was clear that whatever the surveys of Tresaria had shown, the reality was terribly inhospitable to humanity. The colonists had to make a hard decision. They could take the chance of there being a suitable or even more suitable planet in the nearest system or they could adapt to the challenges that Tresaria would present. The colonists chose not to take the gamble of search for searching for a new planet on very limited fuel capacity and worked to make Tresaria home. The colony ship was converted into the original bio-domes. From the original bio domes, the colony spread rapidly into its current configuration and size. The original bio domes were still in excellent shape and were a popular tour site because of their historical significance to the colony.

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