I just had to write a brief post to celebrate: I finally, finally finished writing my NaNoWriMo project! For those who have been reading me for a while, you know that I officially completed NaNoWriMo’s 50k words by the 28th of November. However, I still had two chapters to write to actually complete the book. Those two damn chapters took me another two months to write! (This is a good demonstration of why having a strict writing deadline is important.) Now, at last, I’m finished: the final novel word count was 61.5k. Maybe I can get back to writing my textbook, now…
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