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NaNoWriMo 2018. Log 8: Whew! (Day 12)

Leave it up to me to save the laundry and the groceries for a work day and force most of the writing to the evening! It’s a good thing I had a slight buffer ready for situations like this, or

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NaNoWriMo 2018. Log 5: Just Around the Corner (Day 8 & 9)

Apologies for missing yesterday’s log. An unexpected family dinner, obviously, took priority over it. Don’t worry, it was an incredibly enjoyable evening, not at all like the stereotypical dinners in movies or shows. You know, the ones where everyone either

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NaNoWriMo 2018. Log 2: A Tale Four Days (Day 2 to 5)

A day later than expected, but still back at last! After an emotional yet warm and beautiful goodbye during the past couple of days (i.e. the personal matter I mentioned that requires proper time and attention if I’m to write

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The Road to NaNoWriMo 2018 – 0. Return

Once again, I’m afraid I must say: it’s been a while, hasn’t it? A two months long while in this case. A lot has happened, not all of it pleasant and aside from the well-needed vacation I’ve recently returned from,

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Disturbance – A Haiku

From a positive poem on creation, we go to haiku inspired by a less enjoyable event. People walking the streets, talking like they’re a football field apart, long after midnight is already such a joy. When it’s followed by a

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All Quiet On the Writing Front?

It’s been quiet on the writing front, at the very least here on the Archives. With Project Realm on hiatus and the Star Wars content pretty much used up until I manage to get the stories rolling again, The Artist’s

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Daily Writing Part 197. Story of Poems Part 131

Random words of the day: Prank. Icon. Welcome back, everybody. It’s been nearly two weeks since we last saw each other. The final week-and-a-half of the month tends to be among the busiest times for me. The mostly scorching weather

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