• Write! Write like too much espresso! #
  • Write! Write like you lose a pound for every 5,000 words! #
  • @BarelyKnit Aw…. in reply to BarelyKnit #
  • Done: 25/32. Hard to find a line that doesn't reveal plot, but: "I'm not a hero or a baseball pitcher." #DeNoReWriMo #
  • Write! Write like a fairy is born with every chapter! #
  • Done: 26/32 (two pages). "The stars were gorgeous, the Milky Way a filmy negligée across the mysteries of the universe." #DenoReWriMo #
  • @BarelyKnit Thank you 🙂 #
  • Hey, what else can you call an epilogue? I have a frame story ending that I call an epilogue, but is 5 chaps long and contains the climax. #
  • @ianthealy Thanks, o Power of Not Helping. in reply to ianthealy #
  • You know, maybe the best NaNoWriMo advice comes in just two parts: 1) write. 2) exercise. But now my arms don't want to work. #
  • @dcawley Hm…I *could* just do Chapter 28, Chapter 29, etc. I don't need to break things down for the reader, just myself. Considering. in reply to dcawley #
  • I don't have the energy to do this 20-something page chapter all at one go. Chunks! #
  • Chunk 1 of 27/32 done. "It turns out the opposite of lost is still lost." #
  • Write! Write like Neil Gaiman promised to write a blurb for your book! #
  • Chocolate review: NewTree Pink Peppercorn. Mmm. http://blog.deannaknippling.com/?p=1907 #
  • Okay, break's over. #
  • Done with part 2 of 27/32. "You shouldn't mock a man unless he can hit you, but I couldn't help myself." #
  • Showers are good. So is lunch. Back to it! #
  • Write! Write like every 10,000 words = 10% off at Borders! #
  • Part 3 done of 27/32. "We've been hiding an alien in town. And not just somebody from across the border." #DeNoReWriMo #
  • Write! Write like your lover is awaiting the last sentence with a bottle of champagne! #
  • Part 4 done of 27/32. "Going to tell us we don't have a license to sell dead aliens?" #DeNoReWriMo #
  • Yay! Done with Chapter 27! #
  • And my three-page summary is down to four pages! From eight! #
  • Write! Write like someone will tell you, "This book saved my life!" #
  • @ianthealy Well. I think so. Even if it does start off slowly. in reply to ianthealy #
  • @davisac1 Well, you know, they might be pursued by literate polar bears, and the reader threw your book at them, inspiring a critique group. in reply to davisac1 #

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