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Weekend update

In my last post, I forgot to add a title, so I titled it “Apparently not worth writing a title for.”  In case that’s weird in the future, that’s why.

Anyway, I said I’d be busy this weekend and I’m about to make that promise into reality.  But I did get a little writing done last night and this morning.  I am now at 31,486 words.  That means I wrote 1,288 more words between yesterday’s post and today.  Whew!

I’m freaking out a little because I am obsessing about this book constantly.  I went on a date with the husb last night and all I could think about/talk about was my book.  Oh well.  I just need to work harder and finish it.

I gotta go now, but hopefully I’ll be able to write more in the morrow.  I leave you with a little ear candy:


 

 

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