... or AWDC - as I have just cunningly coined it.
I am going to reveal this knowing full well there are many authors out there who do a goodly bit more in a day - and my publishers will be crying "Write faster, dang it!", yet since fellow word-wrestler R.J. Anderson has asked I shall dare to admit:
I have had brilliant days of 1500+ (even 2700 one day) but when all is averaged, time searching through all my notebooks for the right snippets of information and periods a.f.k. (away from keyboard) are included (including several trips interstate) it works out to the above.
If you want to go on the usual word count I achieve on the days I actually write it creeps up a little to about:
1300 words/day or so.
I feel a bit better about that.
I hope this helps Ms Anderson - how does it compare?
Dare I ask what ADWCs do you other writers achieve?