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Monday, May 22, 2006


I'm on a writing blitz. After not writing a word for the past three days, I wrote at least 3,000 words tonight. Scenes seemed to write themselves. It was rather amazing.

This doesn't happen to me normally, but I didn't want to stop a good thing while it was rolling along. Therefore, it's 12:45 in the morning and yes, I'm still up. And I have to get up early in the morning to ride into town with my husband so I can pick up my car at the shop after not having it for a week. Yipee. Besides the fact I gotta take care of my kids like every other normal day.

But I don't care, it was worth staying up. I am at 66,217 words total. I am almost finished with this bad boy. For real. It feels freakin' wonderful.

In fact, I still feel like I could write more. But I gotta go to bed. Really. Hope the word flow is still in me tomorrow. Er, I mean later today.