My goal for InaDWriMo is to finish two manuscripts:
Manuscript 1: needs to go the co-author at the end of the weekend (Nov. 4th)
Finish revision of pages 21-25
Edits to figures
Rewrite discussion + add sections (currently 6 pages and shouldn't get much longer)
Re-read introduction and revise according to final discussion
Re-read abstract and revise according to final conclusion
Check reference list
Burn CD with text and all figures
Mail to co-author
Manuscript 2: Submission deadline Nov. 30 (and actually yes, that's the real deadline from the journal)
This has to be revised pretty much from scratch, so I'm not sure exactly what the bullet points on a to do list are going to be yet.
Field report: Submission deadline Nov. 30 (and yes, once again this is the real deadline from the funding agency)
This is not going to be long. Something like 5 pages I guess, but it does require some steady work on the data from this summer every day until the report is due.
and writing for fun: 20 minutes a day
Here I am not thinking about blogging or emails or starting a novel, but about 20 minutes a day dedicated to new research writing. Either on outline for new paper I just started, making outline for upcoming paper or revisiting manuscript I worked on last year but abandoned due to not-very-nice comment.