November 5, 2009

Tools for Tracking Your Word Counts

I've posted these before, but I thought they were worth sharing again.

Using the NaNoWriMo Report Card by Eric Benson, I adapted a spreadsheet that will track your word count goals and progress. This is a helpful motivation tool, especially if you're goal-oriented or like a visual representation of your progress.Click Here to Download.

Cameron Matthews has a much more high-tech version, found here.

2 comments:

taborer said...

Thanks for this. I've been lost without the NaNoWriMo Progress Report this month. Apparently all their widgets are having problems so far.

Emily C. said...

Glad I could help. I'd be lost without my report card! :)

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