I know that this isn’t fair to everyone who is struggling with their story, but I also know that WriMos are not a competition between two writers. It’s a quest to see how many words you can write in 30 days.
So far, I have logged in over 16,000 words, yet I won’t change a thing until I get to where I’m supposed to be.
(Which will hopefully be tomorrow.)
Anyway, now that I’ve sent my literary children off to high school, it’s time for me to hurl all kinds of unfair problems at them, such as homework, friendships, outdated school dress codes, and even possible threats of bullying because of their friendship with the still-missing Tanya Shinnok. Before long, it’ll be time for Mara, Stuart, and Irene (along with Shara) to find out who Tanya really was and whether or not everything about her is the truth or a bunch of lies.
So there you have it.
My book, The Summer of Our Discontent, is on sale right now for $1.99 at Smashwords.com.
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