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  1. #71
    Quote Originally Posted by Foxee View Post
    Thanks, Seig! The welcome does my heart good.
    Wow! I don't recall seeing that name for a very long time. Hello <waves>


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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil Istine View Post
    Wow! I don't recall seeing that name for a very long time. Hello <waves>
    Hey, Phil. *waves back* I've been out of the world for a spell...like to walk it awhile. Nice to see you again.
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  3. #73
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    Ugh, so much kitchen sink kinda drama. Don't these characters realize they're in some sci-fi cosmic/psychological horror? Where's my dang horror and cool shizznit?

    Starting to feel more like a Stephen King novel where there's tons of relatively boring character drama that's briefly punctuated by cool horror shizznit. Only this one's chock full of *adult*

    Lifetime presents: A Cold War Cthulu porn (starring Clark Kent, directed by David Cronenberg, produced by Hugh Hefner, special effects by Industrial Light and Magic, cinematography done entirely with 1960's soft glow techniques)
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  4. #74
    Quote Originally Posted by Foxee View Post
    Kudos to Seigfried and to PiP for racking up the word count.

    My rebel-goal for NaNo is to write everyday, minimum of 15 mins. If I get to do that often enough to actually reach the word goal for the day that's great! If not, it's just chipping away at building a habit.

    Also, kind of like cleaning, I seem to get more done when I'm upset. Who knew?
    Thanks Foxee Great to see you! You are right about chipping away at building a habit. It is so easy to find an excuse not to write, and since joining WF I've noted them all.
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  5. #75
    Sigh ... I know I had a lot on yesterday but I've just checked my word count and I only managed 451 words.

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    28534 / 50000

    I am going to aim to hit the 30,000 mark by the end of today.
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  6. #76
    Feeling quite chuffed with myself. I knuckled down and wrote 3588 words yesterday. Now at 32,122 words.

    How's it going with you J.T? RipTide? You've been quiet for a while
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    33,255 and still waiting for cool shizznit
    Did 1809 today.
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  8. #78
    Look at you two, Pip and Seigfried! Today is the halfway mark and you are both well over half of the goal. Woo hoo!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PiP View Post
    Feeling quite chuffed with myself. I knuckled down and wrote 3588 words yesterday. Now at 32,122 words.

    How's it going with you J.T? RipTide? You've been quiet for a while
    I'm at 30,000 words. I've resigned myself to the notion that this is draft 1 of likely several, so I've been writing quicker with less worry about the final product. It's a liberating way to write.
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    Up to 34,394. Only added 1,139 today. Had a bad neurological episode while shopping this evening. Been off for days, but really, really off tonight. Hopefully going to get some more sleep tonight than I've been getting, and hopefully, that'll have me feeling better tomorrow.

    It's weird to empathize with a character while writing said character's descent into insanity.
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