So for the first time since maybe my first book I ever wrote I actually sat down and read the entirety of my Nanowrimo novel and you know what, I didn't hate it as much as I expected! It is silly and goofy and maybe not the highest of stakes but it was fun and i even laughed at the jokes my exhausted brain made. I mean, that doesn't mean they are funny it just means I find myself funny which is obvious to anyone who meets me. I think I laugh at my own jokes more than anyone laughs at anyone else's jokes.
Here is a poem about reading something you wrote:
I thought I would hate it,
I thought it would be so bad.
Turns out I was almost satisfied,
and it was only half bad.
That is how it feels to be a writer, just so you know. Also, that is on a good day. Next step, read through again but make notes on stuff that I don't like! Then comes the fun process of rewriting it! Then I will have to find someone to read it and give me notes. The thought of that gives me heart palpitations. Even though I have some volunteers, still scary. Oh well, instead of dwelling on that I will revel in the fact that I read my whole book in a day and accomplished a sort of something for my book. Hooray for the easiest part being done!