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Friday, November 10, 2006

Picking Up The Pace Again

Slept in and never got up till 6:30am (sic). I was pissed off that I had missed some writing time and even more pissed off that I got stuck on a bus full of people going up Leith Walk, crammed in like sardines in a tin. Not the Friday take off I had wanted.

By lunchtime things had improved, thanks to Clark's Bar no less. Two pints of Guinness with Dave went down a treat before heading back into the myre.

Poured with rain and blew a gale all afternoon so I was delighted to get home - soaking, but home. Made some spicy rice for dinner and played with Laura. Spent the evening working on Slick. It's coming easier again. I broke the half way mark with the novel, (NaNo numbers only), so I'm now over 25,000 words.

Ten days to get to 50% and a quarter of the way through the novel as a whole. I'm pleased. 2000 words a day from now on in will see me crossing the finishing post on the 24th.

Finished the night off watching a Jamiroquai live performance from the Camden Jazz Cafe, a place of several wonderful drunken memories over the years.

NaNo words today: 2113

NaNoWriMo Progress

Colin 12:57 pm


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