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Ruminate

I’ve just submitted a short story to a Christian fiction magazine, Ruminate (http://www.ruminatemagazine.com). I wrote it about 3 years ago, and am at the point I want it out there. I can handle my name being on it, on that … Continue reading

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“Hi, I’m in your book now.”

I was up until 2am filing out a character information sheet, in preparation for NaNoWriMo. He’s like my best supporting actor to my protagonist, and he’s a nice clean-cut guy who provides romantic/love interest to her, as well (of course). … Continue reading

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Office Space

So, I handed over a very rough draft of NaNoWriMo 2009 over to my girlfriend so she can read & critique it.  I’m not interested in hearing about grammar and spelling errors at the moment, since so much of the … Continue reading

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Needing Inspiration

My girlfriend’s husband had the first draft of her novel professionally printed and bound, as a gift for Christmas.  It’s a rocking 363 pages and I read the first 8 chapters this evening between 4:30 and 10:30pm.  Not exactly speed … Continue reading

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Sleep Deprivation

NaNoWriMo began Nov 1 at 12:01am, and I only started writing yesterday well after 10pm.  I went to bed sometime around 2:30 and I only have about 900 words written.  I’m in this for a novel re-write.  I’m not trying … Continue reading

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