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NaNoWriMo

15,074 words so far and still conscious.

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Comments on: "NaNoWriMo" (5)

  1. Way to go, Michele! Proud of you!

  2. YOU GO, GIRL. Clickety clackity clickety clackity keep it up!

  3. Jessica Loupos said:

    That’s FANTASTIC! Keep it up!!

  4. Jill Dailey said:

    Fabulous, wondering if you are going dystopian, realistic or another direction?

    • Michele Manning said:

      MG realistic. I had thought I would on a YA story, but this one character took over and told me I needed to work on her story instead – working title: The Dandelion War.

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