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Friday, November 14, 2008

Half-time

     Well, I don't have Janet Jackson's wardrobe failure or a bevvy of cheerleaders to dance, so I will instead hawk one of my favorite online diversions. This NaNoWriMo halftime show is brought to you by Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog. If you haven't seen it, then do so. If you didn't like it, then just leave my blog right now.
     Ahem, now then, the half-time report. I have been excelling at this year's NaNoWriMo, the garish speedometer at the right can easily tell the tale, but I shall go ahead and give the statistics myself (for the gauge will readily change). It is the 14th, and according to NaNoWriMo counts, my total words should be approximately: 23,338, but I'm clocking in at 30,373. Now I'm not as prolific as some of the WriMoers, but I think I'm excelling far beyond my expectations. I've got a good idea on where my story is going, so I shouldn't have any problem finishing it out. So, do as I do, and watch Dr. Horrible for the half-time show.

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