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12.01.2010

MyWriMo .:. THE END

MyWriMo @ In the Bookcase

Hello to December.
The month of November is now behind us. Everyone's thoughts about this? What did you accomplish?

I had my own goals for "MyWriMo"... Some of you have already heard this... but all I wanted to do during those special 30 days was to finish up some stories that I've begun over the past few months and come out of November with some finished projects. It happened! That was the most writing I've done in a long time, and I'm very proud of my progress. This included 3 different short stories for me, that I was able to finish.

Below are the titles of my stories, along with their final word count.

The Pharridge Gnomes: 3,400 words
The Check: 848 words
The Easter Secret: 17,180 words

As you can see, the first 2 stories were pretty short, and I've already been able to read over these and pretty much edit them. "The Easter Secret" has several pages in it, and that is going to take me a while read, edit, re-do certain parts of the storyline that need fixing, edit some more before it is finished.

So, I'm very curious to hear about everyone else's progress! I hope that all of you who were writing in November got a lot of writing done too.
Oh, and... who already has plans for November 2011??

All the words I use in my stories
can be found in the dictionary -
it's just a matter of arranging them
into the right sentences.
-Somerset Maugham



4 comments:

  1. Congrats to you on your successes! I admire your stick-to-it-iveness!

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  2. Congrats! I've definitely got plans for a book I might be doing! ;)

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  3. Sounds like you accomplished a good amount! I am happy to say that at the end I really did write a lot, and hopefully I can continue the momentum.

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  4. Congratulations, Tarissa, on your awesome progress! I didn't participate in NaNoWriMo, instead, I made some writing goals for the Christmas break I had from college this month. I can't believe that its almost over, but my writing has proven to be very fruitful.
    Happy New Year to you once again and Happy Writing!

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