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NaNoWriMo, Day Ten

by on November 10, 2015

Word count: 14,932.

This seems to be a book of cliffhangers. So far I have one person getting into a scrap with Susan, ruler of Character Hell, another person falling to her death from the sky like the sperm whale in The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, and yet a third person about to be overrun by the zombie hordes of the Third Circle of Character Hell. It’s dramatic. Thrilling, even.

I don’t really have any other writing anecdotes or anything important to say. I could weigh in on some of the great issues of the day, I suppose. After all, I’ve recently been reading a book on church history; I’ve gone from the Councils of Nicaea to Chalcedon to the East-West Schism in 1054 so far, and I’d be interested to weigh in on what profound theological debate we in America are having:


We’re all discussing the color of a coffee cup.

Not transubstantiation vs. consubstantiation. Not premillenialism vs. amillenialism. Not the Donatists or Pelagians.

Coffee cups.



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