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Monthly Archives: October 2013

I’m coming for you, book in my head.

The month of October I attempted to work at least 2 hours a day on my book. I am happy to say, I exceeded that goal for the month. My word count has gone up, although not significantly because of editing, planning, plotting, outlining, etc, which is not a bad thing. I have some really … Continue reading »

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New work space

I want to start out by saying I have a wonderful wife. Our home has a bonus room above the garage and when we moved in, she kind of let me take it over. Since then it has been the gaming/writing room, but not as much on the writing front even though I had a … Continue reading »

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Changing things up

First off, I want to share a milestone I hit today. I passed the 40,000 word mark on my novel. I’ve never written this much on one project, so it’s pretty amazing for me. “Hooray, that’s awesome!” you might say. Of course, I will interject that I still have roughly 60,000 words to go, give … Continue reading »

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Goal for my novel

I forgot to post last night, so this is my weekly update for last week. Unfortunately I didn’t keep track of my hours like I should have, but I am positive I exceeded my goal. My outline took up a lot of my time which was spent staring and updating index cards. Because of this, … Continue reading »

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Week going well!

On just Tuesday of this week and already ahead of schedule. I’m on track to easily make my 14 hour goal for this week. Also, I have been using Scrivener to write (highly recommended), and I decided to print off my chapter note cards and lay them out on the ground. It really helped me … Continue reading »

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