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  1. Laurie

    Congratulations to you for taking on such a big challenge. Some of my longer posts are about 1,000 words. Judging from that, I would probably struggle to write more than that in one day. I hope we all get to see your novel when it’s finished! 🙂

    • Anne Sweet

      I guess its easier when you are just writing without worrying about anyone having to read it. Of course if it turns out to be a decent story at the end I may go back and edit it before even thinking about sharing it 🙂

  2. Cheryl | Time To Craft

    I love the idea of just writing and writing. Do you go back and edit, or is that meant to be done when you’re finished? Hope you enjoy the assembly. I do miss that level of involvement with school. Thanks for hosting.

    • Anne Sweet

      I have a spell and grammer checker so I can fix any obvious errors, and I go back and read through the last chapter before starting the next. But other errors will probably be picked up on re-reading. I just like writing at the moment though. The assembly was brilliant, my boy was well behaved, sang two songs with his class and recited a poem that he’d written. I will miss it when he gets too old.

  3. Justin

    Oh NaNoWriMo sounds really exciting! Best of luck with it. I would love to do a writing competition at some point…when I have more time 🙂 I hope we will get to read your finished work! #ThatFridayLinky

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