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The morning of the all hands summon to the Blasted Lands, Aely went for a walk. The late fall air was clear and cool, and leaves crunched under their feet in the less-traveled parts of the streets. She and Roger took the long way around Old Town, south through Tanner Circle and down Bulwarks, across […]

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Earth to Anna…
comment 2 Written by on November 9, 2009 – 11:18 am

Radio Silence for a bit due to mittens, NaNo, and my mom’s birthday. NaNo was going along well until I decided to do some last-minute knitting for a gift, so today is back on the writing-wagon for me. I was ahead, so hopefully I can catch up. And if I can’t, well… meh? I’m not allowing myself to stress over this anymore, especially as the book I’m working on is something I’d like to actually pitch at a publisher at some point. (Certainly not in it’s newly-minted, unedited, full of suck state, of course)

Apparently though, all this crazy caused me to miss a bunch of totally awesome RP this weekend. Darn. I don’t regret making the trip back to see my mom at all – if anything, I get to watch as Arrens attempts to explain to Aely how he managed to end up in the Stockades while she was up in Hillsbrad dealing with Jolly’s things. Sometimes /not/ being there can be as much fun as actually being there.

As for dealing with grief, I’m trying to work up some in-character conversations (and at least one argument). Planning an argument in advance is a little odd, I guess, but I hope it’ll work out!

*disappears from radar to go write some more*

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2 Responses to “Earth to Anna…”

  1. Woot! I’m super happy to hear that you’re hopping back on the writing! It’s easy to let interruptions become stop signs, and I applaud your desire to keep going! Very motivating for me, as well. <3

  2. All the NaNo participants in my RSS reader make me incredibly jealous I wasn’t able to partake this year.

    I hope the novel goes well, Anna. And I agree with you; finishing and commitment is important, but having a workable manuscript is even moreso. I’d buy your book when it’s published.

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