You may remember back to the good ol' days of NaNoWriMo when we pushed each other by cracking the whip (in our case a licorice whip) to crank out BIG word counts. We even accomplished some 5 K days. Ah, those were good times.
It just so happens that revisions and those gratifying 5000 word days have been on my mind, because you can't get that same satisfying feeling (5000 words is 5000 words no matter how crappy they are) while revising.
So, I've been wondering, how do you measure revision progress? (I'm really asking the question.)
While I was chattering away with Holly, she said that we need to crack the licorice whip (in regards to our revisions). But I was all-like, how do we do that? What does it look like while we revise?
Anybody else in the same Revision Boat?
Let's crank it up, get it twirling, so we can crack it with a big loud WHERPLASH!