Still, I did pretty well impersonating a full-time writer. I did not do a full eight hours a day, more like 6. I am more and more convinced that I can do this, professionally. I didn't lose my hunger and love for either writing or my characters. I need to keep my nose to the grindstone a bit more but video games were less of a distraction that I'd feared.
Which brings me to my other topic, getting it out. I wrote a bunch of new content yesterday. It is probably not going to go out to publishers like it is. It doesn't matter, I got it out of my head and onto paper. It may be too much 'telling' instead of 'showing'. That doesn't matter either, I can fix that in revision. I got it out. You need to tell first in order to know what needs to be shown, I think. Don't worry about typos, plot holes, charaters misbehaving or dialog not going the way you intended. Get it out. Just write. You NANOWRIMO writers know what I'm talking about. Charge forward, never back up, forward momentum is everything. Just write, just go and keep going.
There's always time to go back and fix it.