Monthly Archives: November 2011

Almost There!

5,000 words to go people! I have finally caught up with the target word count that the NaNoWriMo organisers set for each day so over the last three days of November I should easily be able to complete the challenge … Continue reading

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NaNoWriMo – Day 21 – Dear Blog

Dear my lovely, Anything Goes blog, I am so sorry that I have been neglecting you, only writing to you a few words of complaint about NaNoWriMo once a week. I know you thrive when I feed you with long … Continue reading

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NaNoWriMo – day 14

I have decided that novel writing isn’t for me. My short attention span isn’t conducive to writing something that is so long. I’m not exactly struggling to write the words, I’m just not that into it anymore. I’m bored of sitting … Continue reading

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NaNoWriMow – Day 7

A week has past since starting National Novel Writing Month, and my word count at the end of the day is 11,013. To be on target I should have another 600 words, but I’m tired and want to sleep, so I’m … Continue reading

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Baby I’m a Firework!

Remember remember the 5th of November… The night to celebrate the failings of a guy named Guy, who tried to blow-up the Houses of Parliament in 1605, hasn’t always been my favourite night. When I was very young I spent … Continue reading

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