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On Par

08 Apr

Caden: “Look, I’m trusting you all not to kill me anytime soon. Can’t you trust the same of me?”

I’m a touch over 7,000 words into my Camp goal, which means I’m on par for the month so far. Hopefully I can keep it up until the end!

I plan on writing a post at some point giving a few more details about this novel, or at least writing a bit about the characters (especially since there have been a couple of posts where I quote them at the top). However, I’m afraid I must keep this post a bit short, because I’m pretending to have some semblance of a social life tonight. 😀 Actually, some of my coworkers and I go to a sports bar and grill that has 25 cent wings on Monday nights. Yeah. We’re cheap. Me, even more so, considering I get free water with the wings instead of an actual drink, haha!

On a last note, I’m liking this little writing routine I have. Whenever I first get the chance to relax and go on my computer or laptop (affectionately called Jarvis and Pip, respectively) for a couple of good hours, I write my story, getting up to the goal I want, then I come and post here. I get my writing done and reach out to a community of other writers, whether their blogs are about books, food, or dogs.

So, thanks to this community, and whatever genius decided to create WordPress. Happy blogging, everyone!

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4 responses to “On Par

  1. littlediva96

    April 8, 2013 at 6:16 pm

    Haha, 25 cent wings? Where do I sign up?

    I agree with you… a good, solid, two hours can get a lot of writing done! My issue si the solid two hours part. I have a lot going on ATM.

    Hope you keep going and remember… don’t give up! -Jordan

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  2. Kris P.

    April 8, 2013 at 8:56 pm

    The place is called Scoreboard. I have no idea if it’s a chain or not, though, but maybe you’ll be lucky and there will be one nearby. 🙂 Thanks very much for the encouragement and support!

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  3. J.R. Hall

    April 9, 2013 at 1:41 pm

    Wings… Mmm!
    My routine currently consists of writing at night after my wife and children are in bed. I need a good solid 1.5 hours usually to hit my goal, and the quiet time at the end of the day provides that.
    Look forward to some excerpts from your story.

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    • Kris P.

      April 9, 2013 at 10:39 pm

      I’m glad you’re able to find that quiet time of night; having a routine and a writing spot is so important. 🙂 Thanks for the comment and encouragement!

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