The Wednesday Pen || December 2020 Writing Recap

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I’ll admit it now: I’ve written next to nothing this month.

Normally, I’d hate to write that. But this Wednesday Pen comes on the heels of NaNoWriMo, and it marks the end of 2020. Frankly, I think we all deserve a little rest here, and I’ll take any words I can get right now.

Thankfully, December wasn’t entirely full of rest, and I did eke out a few batches of personal words, so today, we’ll dig into those! Continue reading “The Wednesday Pen || December 2020 Writing Recap”

The Wednesday Pen || NaNoWriMo 2020 Wrap

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Sometimes, you sprint over the finish in a burning bolt of glory.

And sometimes you kind of trip and fall backwards over it, still finishing the race. NaNoWriMo 2020 has come to a close, and somehow, I made it to the end. Was it a graceful finish? Maybe not, but I have 50k shiny new words and a renewed sense of enjoyment in my writing. What could be better than that?

(The answer is a detailed wrap. Trust me. And also read on, if you really trust me.)

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The Wednesday Pen || October 2020 Writing Recap

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One day, I will do my NaNoWriMo prep early.

Today, though, is not that day. Welcome to another edition of the Wednesday Pen, where I promise to learn my lesson about writing and then promptly do the opposite! At least it’s entertaining, though, right?

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The Wednesday Pen || September 2020 Writing Recap

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Does 4k words justify a fresh Wednesday Pen?

Especially when last month, I told myself I wouldn’t measure it in word count, but instead in progress on the relevant project? And when I…did not meet that goal in time for the newest Wednesday Pen?

Even if it doesn’t count, folks, we’re doing it anyway. Welcome to the September edition of the Wednesday Pen!

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The Wednesday Pen || August 2020 Writing Recap

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The Wednesday Pen is now a quarterly publication!

At least, it will be at this rate. 🤦 There hasn’t been a Wednesday Pen since May because of my hiatus, and I’m going to be recapping an entire three months’ of writing today. Buckle up, too, because apparently I had the bug during my hiatus.

And naturally, it was on every project except the one I set out to do.

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The Wednesday Pen || May 2020 Writing Recap

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Does not updating writing progress for three months count as writing?

The Wednesday Pen has been a little absent these last few months. See, it turns out trying to write in the middle of a global pandemic is a lot harder than they tell you, even though they definitely tell you. Still, we’re back for the first time since February, and…progress is progress?

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The Wednesday Pen || February 2020 Writing Recap

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Does one bonus day this month make for bonus writing?

The short answer is no, it does not. Today on the Wednesday Pen, we’re not here with a triumphant 40k, or even 20k. We’re behind schedule on goals, and it’s not where we were supposed to be.

And damn it, that’s okay!

So let’s have a look at where we did end up.

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