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NaNoWriMo, Day Two

by on November 2, 2015

My first viewpoint character, Sally the Sanguine, has set off on a new adventure, armed with cutlass and musket. (She was a sorceress in the last book, but lost her magic wand due to certain circumstances, and Sally for the moment is not a person who can do magic without a wand. She’s not the Sugar Plum Fairy, you know. This makes sense in context).  She is accompanied by Peter Bulkington, a character I swiped from Moby Dick. (I don’t know if he was actually named Peter. Artistic license, and all that).

I suspect a relationship might form between Peter and Sally. This could get interesting, as in the last book Sally was on the cusp of a relationship with the hero, Jason Waterfalls. You know what this means? Love triangle. And that means drama. And that means MORE WORDS. Huzzah!

Word count: 3,369. This is right on track. And tomorrow is a holiday from work in my state and my particular job, as it is Election Day. This means I get to spend more time writing! And also voting. It is not a presidential or even a Congressional election in my state; it’s entirely local, and turnout for these things is usually abysmal. Ah, well. It just means my vote counts slightly more. Huzzah.

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2 Comments
  1. Nice job staying on track for day 2!

  2. I am at 4815 as of last night, but I got some interupptions coming later in the month, a wedding, moving across the state, so I need to leap ahead early so I have some breathing room.

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