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November 2010

So 3 1/2 months after my last post, begins the best part of the fall (after Halloween) – NaNoWriMo. First, sorry about the lack of anything on this blog over the summer. I must admit that I go through dry periods where I really have nothing to say on here. But that’s likely to change […]

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NaNoWriMo: I WON!!!

So if you’ve been reading along, you know that on Thursday, November 24, I re-decided to win NaNoWriMo. And when I posted my re-decision on November 26, I had to write 25,000 words (half of the monthly total) in 5 days. Now to prove my ineptitude at keeping to a daily schedule I’ve posted my […]

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NaNoWriMo What Now?

Just a quick note (yes another one). I’ve just hit the 30,000 word mark on my novel. Only 20,000 more to go in three days. And as daunting as that sounds, my bigger problem is this: I’m currently standing with MC1 teaming up with MC2 to spy on the bad guys and find a way […]

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Week 2 & 3: NaNoWriMo

Week 2 & 3: NaNoWriMo

I have no fancy stats for you today. Only an apology that I haven’t continued to update you on my novel writing progress. Essentially, my week¬† two word count total looked like this: Days 8-13 = 0 Day 14 = 1000 And my week three word count total looked like this: Day 15 = 2000 […]

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Tori's Doubt

Week One: NaNoWriMo

NaNoWriMo is going great! The daily goal all NaNoWriMo’ers try to meet is 1667 words per day. So far I’m doing pretty good at reaching that (so why can’t I do this during the other 11 months of the year?). I did mess up on Day 5 (I had a huge migraine) and on Day […]

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NaNoWriMo: Supplemental

NaNoWriMo: Supplemental

It’s day 1 (9 hours into this event) and I’m still really excited about NaNoWriMo, so I thought I would share some more information about the book I’m writing this month. Allow me to introduce my main characters: Someone on twitter mentioned that Roman looks like Malcom Reynolds from FireFly. That wasn’t my intention. The […]

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