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Il est demain.

Good morning sunshine!

Here it is:

Well, well, it’s 10:24 and I have been awake since 7.

If there’s a story behind every story, well, this is it. This one here. The one you’re reading (looking confused at the screen, I might add).

There has been progress:

I have written chapters, I have lost a chapter (yes, I am that stupid sometimes), I have read things and drawn others. The most awesome thing is that I have sorted some stuff in my mind.

Before, it looked like this:

 Now, it looks like this:

See? Slightly better.

Also, I am proud to announce that the first chapter of “Turning to Ashes” has won Third Place in an University Creative Writing contest. I am this –> [–]  close to finishing the first draft.

I have to do it!      I have to do it!

 I have to! I have to! I have to!

Sure, it helps a lot when the browser is closed and there’s no one on Facebook, but I manage… barely.

The bad news?

The exam period is coming soon, I have five days of “vacation”, one day and a half had passed and I haven’t even done one of the scheduled projects.

Because I’m that good at organizing!

And without further ado, I shall leave you to your business and I shall proceed to mine.

Auf wiedersehen!


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Having my own NaNoWriMo


NaNoWriMo ended (about three months ago-sorry haven’t updated in a while) -and I have won it! But those 50000 words weren’t enough for my story.

School has been crazy: tests, projects, exams, but now it is finally over and I have a week of vacation!

What better time than this to get my novel finished? So I’m gonna have my own NovelWritingMonth, and I have until the 13th of March to write 30000 words, or finish the first draft of the manuscript. Then I have to edit it and have it in a readable form until June, so I can get my NaNoWriMo prize: 5 copies of my book! 😀

Hopefully, I will be posting updates daily. Wish me good luck!

1789 / 30000 words. 6% done!
Novel written in Scrivener

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