Some immense progress was made this week 😉
Somehow, I’ve managed to write 10,000 words in four days!
I KNOW! 😀 Now I just need to do it again next week, and I’ll have reached my target of 20K in two weeks.
Huh. Maybe I am cut out for this NaNo thing after all 😛
But let me give you some figures:
So far this week I’ve done 10,039, which brings the current total to…
Not too shabby for one week! ^-^ I don’t think I’ll have more time today because I’ve got a birthday to prepare for, so other things will take priority for today. If I do manage to fit in any more, I’ll adjust the counter at the top accordingly 🙂
To all of you who are doing NaNo this month:
And remember- there are no winners in NaNo, only exhausted survivors 🙂
(Seriously, though, you got this!)
I might have been tempted to suffer with you, but I just don’t have time this month with my parents visiting.
Time for the excerpt! I hope it didn’t get too confusing last week with the changed names and everyone being a she. I’ll continue like that until someone tells me it’s too weird 😛
Have a wonderful weekend, everyone! 🙂
“What happened?” asked Aria, and came to a sudden halt in front of Morgan. She had seen her wounded before. Cuts and bruises had covered her body as surely as her clothes and skin had, but now there was no visible wound. The healer had removed her shirt—Aria assumed to allow her to breathe—but a thick sheen of sweat covered her chest and forehead regardless. She was breathing heavily.
“She’s wheezing,” said Mira, who ignored the sweat covering her and leaned in to hear better.
The woman who had given them space before stood closer. “We’re not sure. Lon brought her to me, but she was already passed out when Lon found her.”
“And she hasn’t woken up since?” asked Mira.
The healer shook her head. “No. We have searched her body but haven’t found any wounds. We can only assume that she was poisoned, but without Morgan’s input we can’t be certain what happened.”
Mira’s face appeared calm when she stepped away, but behind her eyes Aria could see a raging storm. “Who did this?”
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