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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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Project Realm Update – Hiatus

I wish it had been different, but I can’t say it really came unexpected. Since last week, there’s hardly been any progress on the latest Project Realm entry. That’s, what, the fifth week in a row since the installment on

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Project Realm Update: Slog

Oof, are Godlagrin’s Shadow Warriors a task-and-a-half to write! When I started working on one of my favourite organisations in the Realm, as well as a group one of the protagonists belonged to, I figured I’d speed right through its

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Old Comforts – A Haiku

Unfortunately, I come to you with another delay for Project Realm, courtesy of a familiar but most unwelcome face: computer trouble. While my files on there are not necessarily lost, having no image on my screen means I’m unable to

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Yeah… No

Nope. I’m so very sorry. It really saddens me, but it looks like The Artist’s Tale will have to wait another week. The frustration from the computer problems, while having subsided slightly, is definitely still there and keeping time, mind

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Please Hold…

Delay Week at the Ashukahwa Archives continues, made possible today by numerous frustrating failed attempts at getting a busted computer to work again. As a result of fidgeting around with all kinds of possible solutions for hours alongside a good

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NaNoWriMo 2016. Log 16 & 17: Step By Step

Well, if these last two days have told me anything, it’s that this writing month has largely been going according to the following pattern of steps: 1. Get behind on your writing 2. Work hard to get back on track

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NaNoWriMo 2017

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