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6 months ago to the day, I moved into my house. For almost 32 years before that, I lived in my parents’ house, which is fine. Living there made it much easier to save up money for a house. There … Continue reading
NaNoWriMo’s gone better for me than I expected. I was hoping to have another 200,000 word year, but I didn’t expect to make it. Working a full-time job certainly made writing more than 4,000 words on a work day very … Continue reading
NaNoWriMo is going better than I thought it would. Despite working a full-time job this year, I’m on track to finishing with another 200k words by November 30th. That’s mostly because I’m taking pretty much all of my time off … Continue reading
I haven’t written any dedicated NaNoWriMo blog posts this year, and I kind of regret that. So here’s my thoughts on how NaNoWriMo 2017 went for both myself and my region, Kitchener-Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. Here are my thoughts on my … Continue reading
Well, another year of Nanowrimo has come to an end. It’s been both a good and a bad month for me. I wrote my personal best Nanworimo score ever, and the most I’ve written in a single month period. I … Continue reading
It’s half-way through November, which means it’s about time to write my second Nanowrimo journal. This past Thursday I finished my first Nanowrimo book of the year, which is also the 9th book in my Blood Rage series.