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There It Is! – A Writing Haiku

Last week marked a new monumental achievement! The editing process of the first draft of the entirety of Pwnage, the story written during my second and third NaNoWriMos, has been finished at last! It’s been an arduous, sometimes downright frustrating

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NaNoWriMo 2019. Log 26: V-DAY! (Day 30)

Once upon a time, two boys with sticks went outside, playing a warrior and a wizard going on quests for their old, eccentric teacher, and created countless of epic, emotional and sometimes ridiculous or even downright insane stories. Who’d have

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NaNoWriMo 2019. Log 25: Yes. YES. YES! (Day 29)

his just in. At 14:57, local time today, YOUR ARCHIVIST WON HIS FIFTH CONSECUTIVE NATIONAL NOVEL WRITING MONTH! Yes! Yes! Yes! I did it! I’ve written over 50,000 words in a single month, for the fifth time in a row!

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Ashukahwa Archives Anniversary!

That, was not quite the short break I had expected to take. My intentions, after successfully finishing my fourth NaNoWrimo, were to take a or two off from writing and then get a few posts in before the holiday season.

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NaNoWriMo 2018. Log 25: Vici! (Day 30)

It’s done! It’s finally done! Thirty days, ten stories and over fifty-two-thousand words later, “Quo Vadis? – A Collection Of Short Stories With An As Of yet Undetermined Direction” has been finished! This National Novel Writing Month, the fourth consecutive

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FOUR!

What better moment to end that three week break from writing than today. For you see, today it is exactly four years ago that the very first post was posted on the Ashukahwa Archives! Four years ago I set out

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NaNoWriMo 2017. Log 30: Victory!

And there it is! Thirty days, over sixty-six-thousand words and countless emotions from all across the spectrum later, the magnificently absurd tale of a Scottish, a Colombian drug kingpin and their fight against the most bizarre of alien invasions has

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