Chugging Along

05 Jul

Cormack: “Do not allow your courage to falter.”

Current Camp NaNo Word Count: 5221/25000

Almost done, almost done, almost done…!

I’m at the climax of “Bloodwork,” and it is SO exciting! Hopefully the story is too, haha! This is the furthest I’ve ever gotten on a novel, so I’m quite happy. 🙂

Wish I could write/ramble more, but I need to get ready for work — I spent a little more time writing than I had originally planned this morning.

Happy blogging, everyone!


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3 responses to “Chugging Along

  1. Rachel

    July 5, 2013 at 5:37 pm

    “I spent a little more time writing than I had originally planned this morning.” <— That's good! 🙂


    • Kris P.

      July 6, 2013 at 8:10 am

      Yeah, but I was kind of rushing for work… ^^’ Maybe writing will be my work one day. 😉


      • Rachel

        July 6, 2013 at 8:54 am

        Hopefully! 🙂



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