The end of NaNoWriMo.

//The end of NaNoWriMo.

The end of NaNoWriMo.

  I’m totally burned out today. I finished NaNoWriMo just in time for the end of the month and submitted my word count. It wasn’t easy but it was a ton of fun. In December I’m going to edit the story and probably put it up on Amazon to help expand my collection.


  I do appreciate that they call me a winner. I suppose in some ways I have won. I took a rough transition month and not only survived it (as of midnight tonight) but also got a book written. I like the book and I think with a little editing it’ll be a campy read for someone. At over a hundred pages single spaced it’s a modestly large book. Then again it is just barely over the minimum limit for a novel.

  Not that I mind. A win is a win and I’m genuinely glad I was able to see this to completion. Also in some hauntingly relevant news, after writing my post about minimizing chances for accidents in the Santa Clara/LA Area an actor from the Fast and the Furious died while being driven around here. It’s an ironic death to be sure but I wish his last name hadn’t been walker.

  Damn shame that he died. Basically everyone deserves to live to an old age. If you are going to die it should be after you are annoyed living, if such a time comes.

  This is going to be a super strange segue but I’d hate to end this on a negative so I highly recommend you go check out the James Franco & Seth Rogen take on the Kanye video “Bound”. It’s magical. I don’t really like TMZ but I may as well link to it for this: Check it here. Seth Rogen and James Franco are one of my favorite duos next to Patrick Stewart and Ian McKlellan.

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