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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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NaNoWriMo 2018. Log 24: WHAM! (Day 29)

Today was an unexpectedly weird day and not always in the positive way. Sleeping in way too long, internet deciding not to work and then to work again, and finally a completely unpredictable and inexplicable feeling of intense nervousness, almost

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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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NaNoWriMo 2016. Log 30: FIN!

Wait a minute… That counter, it seems to have crossed a certain number… Then, is it… Then, that means… Did I… YES! I DID IT! I FRACKING DID IT AGAIN! Once more I managed to blast through and to climb

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NaNoWriMo 2015. Log 30. It’s A Wrap!

It’s, over. It’s really over… NaNoWriMo 2015, is over. What a month. Okay, let’s breathe here for a moment and reflect. But, I hear you say, wasn’t it already done, yesterday? … Hush now ! I know you didn’t, but

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NaNoWriMo 2015. Log 29. WOOOOOO!!!

What has two thumbs and just finished writing 50,000 words today? ME! That’s right! I did it! I actually did it! I started this 2015 edition of NaNoWriMo, my first ever NaNoWriMo, 28 days ago and today, one day before

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