The second week is over. The hard numbers, also available in a easy to read chart format, are as follows: 30 056 words total, 14 888 added in the second week. The overall average words per day is 2147, and 2127 words/day during the second week. As a result, at the end of the second week, I am four days ahead of pace. I slowed down, compared to the first week, but not enough to fall behind schedule.
Numbers aside*, story-wise, everything is coming together. I'm rebelling a little. Traditionally, NaNoWriMo results in a 50 000-plus word novel. My project is a series of serials, short stories and novellas broken down into chapters to appear in weekly posts. This gives me a bit more flexibility. Arcs can last as long as they need without being stretched out. Overall, I'm aiming for at least 50 000 words written, but individual parts don't have to be that long. The first arc, now complete, totals 18 739 words.
With the first arc complete, the second arc is being worked on. I had a slow start, trying to figure out what would happen. That resulted in a couple of slower days until I checked an inspiration. From there, I got not only the plot for the arc, but a few ideas for a later antagonist for the Unrulies. I love it when a plan comes together.
Coming up in week 3, the end of the second arc and the start of the third. I may go with "Hockey Fight in Canada", to give Skye the spotlight for a bit. Skye's turned into the voice of reason, at least when her roommates start bickering. It's time that she lets out her aggressive side in a basketball game.
* Numbers had her time in NaNo already.