Aaaaah! I forgot NaNoEdMo starts tomorrow. Botheration. 50 hours of editing in one month. In some ways that's worse than NaNoWriMo, because I think I averaged slightly more than 1000 words an hour, meaning I spent less than 50 hours on it in November. But 50 hours of editing is 50 hours of editing. It's irreducible.
But what's the problem? I was working on editing anyway. It's just... a little more intense now. But doable, just like NaNoWriMo was doable. Yeah. 20 hours a week at work, 20 hours a week job searching, maybe a few hours getting started on Cookie Lee, and about 12 hours a week on editing. No problem. I'll be fine. I may not have time to do a lot of reading, but I've done so very much reading over my lifetime that I've got an extra store of inspiration to draw on, I don't necessarily need to keep adding to it simultaneous with writing... yeah. And March even has 31 days, not like November... What am I grumbling about? NaNoEdMo! I get to take a giant step forward with my novel! Yay! Yes.