NaNo week two is over. Phew
Total words written by the end of November 14: 30 023, or a little over 2100 words per day. Not bad, except the last day saw a complete shutdown on writing, with not even 600 words written. Still, thanks to a very productive weekend, I'm now four days ahead of schedule.
The second arc has started and is up to chapter 9, but a small problem has occurred. Kieu and Kristi are on a double date, which is supposed to be plot relevant but there isn't anything going on. This shouldn't be a problem, at least for word count. It is a problem for keeping the story going. There are drawbacks to pantsing.
I did manage to get a few elements in that I wanted, including the introduction of the driving myth arc of the series. Raccoon filled a chapter om his own, and he could have kept going if it weren't for the word limit I'm placing on chapters. He needs to return in a later arc.
In the meantime, the mystery that should be the focus of the second arc is slowly coming together. I really should have figured out who the person in the monster suit was before I began, but I didn't know who all was involved when I started. That needs to be addressed later. Unruly was easier; the girls started the plots themselves. Right now, I do know who is behind the hauntings with a rough idea why, and have some nice red herrings involved.
New goals for the coming week include getting Ginger dressed properly. She will have to appear in public at some point.