Responsibility is the price for free will.
One of the reasons why I love doing Nanowrimo isn’t just the challenge of writing 50k in one month; there’s also the community, which is simply awesome (my take on that is that you are dealing with people who write and therefore, hopefully literate, hence literate people = knowledgeable = cool!).
So this is going out to all my readers and friends who are doing Nanowrimo. This is a challenge for you.
You are under no obligation to do this, but if you do, thank you.
And thanks, [Erna], the Malaysian Nanowrimo ML, for the challenge.
CROSS POSTED TO FIERY NOTES.
I wish my characters would be more like the following cut. It’s nice to see them interacting instead of me just taking down their thoughts. Plus I love it when they bicker/talk to each other nicely. *Is bricked by said muses* Ow. This takes quite a bit deep into the story. Think 32-33k words deep.
On another note, I am loving my default Ubuntu icons, and I love having a dark theme that just works.
I originally wanted to write a rant about how insane I feel about joining Nanowrimo, but instead I decided to post this. Enjoy! This was another long chapter. Continue reading “Keys To Twilight, pt 2”