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NaNoWriMo update

Sigh. I’m thwarted, but I’m not losing.

My NaNoWriMo project, Spiritboud, is at 40,000 words. I had to put in days of 5000 words because I’m moving house. I have edits for Bespelled. (actually I’m over the hump with those) and I have to revise a manuscript by the end of November (big job but must be done). Moving house and working as well as writing is a little pull -your-hair-out crazy.

The drafting of Spiritbound has been excellent fun. I’m looking forward to finishing it and then revising it, to put in all the bits that I am already thinking of adding.

Now I really must get to the day job!


About donnamareehanson

Author of science fiction, fantasy and horror and paranormal romance. I am currently undertaking a PhD in romance fiction.

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