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NaNoWriMo, Day 18

by on November 18, 2012

I have officially passed the halfway point of the novel; I’m a bit behind still but I have hopes of catching up; it is Thanksgiving after all, and I don’t have classes for a good part of this week. On the other hand, I really have no idea how it will turn out now. I had mentioned before that I decided to have Catrina annotate the story with helpful commentary? Well, it turns out Catrina got fed up with the shortsightedness of the characters she was supposed to be commenting on, so she decided to go in the story herself and set things right. Unfortunately, she’s currently being suspected as a supervillain. (It’s completely understandable; if you saw a strange woman running down the sidewalk waving a Sporksaber and going on about shoulder-angels, you’d probably think she was a supervillain too). Worse, since Catrina got in the story, there’s someone else who got in the story too. Yes, Susan has now crashed the party. It’s terrifying. I don’t know where it will end.

On a completely unrelated note, I saw a white squirrel yesterday outside my law school. I hope it’s like the White Stag in Narnia and grants wishes. I want a trillion dollars, a pony, and an orbital space station with holosuites and a Binary Fusion Generator. Sorta like if the Watchtower in Justice League and Deep Space Nine got together and had a space-station kid. A person can have dreams, can’t he?

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  1. Hahaha, I hope your wishes come true 😉 and why am I not surprised Catrina and Susan got more involved than planned in your NaNo novel? 😛

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