Coming To The End of NaNoWriMo 2010


Yes… we’re nearly there. Its now November 25 and I’ve just finished hopping up and down with glee. Glee unparalleled so far in my memory by the fact that I’ve managed to complete the project. And I have…. Kinda.

My currently .doc word count is 61,919, though NaNo‘s website counts me at 61, 959. Not much of a difference in truth, but interesting.
Anyways, I also know that even though I’ve made the word count, I still have a good few chapters to go before the novel is complete in itself and I think I would still like to do that within November if I can. That will mean that I can return to Silk Over Razor Blades clean and fresh and buzzing in a way that nothing else makes me buzz.

And… for your viewing pleasure… here are the badges I gleefully downloaded today as part of my ‘winner goodies.’


I am SO thrilled right now that I might just burst open. I’ll try not to – the mess would be awful – but join me in a loud, crowing victory dance. Which kinda look something… like this….

And then…. when I’m bored of that, maybe a bit like this:

PEACE!!! xXx
😀

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About Ileandra Young

I'm a thirty-*mumbles* year old (purple loving, cheese worshipping) author of fantasy, juggling a pair of beautiful twin boys with my burning desire to make up stories and write them all down. When I get the chance, I play games, listen to music, and in days long past I even ran a radio show. Though I occasionally write non-fiction, my heart lives in fantasy and my debut novel, Silk Over Razor Blades is now available through Amazon along with part two of the trilogy, Walking The Razor's Edge.
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