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Author Archives: J. D. Montague
There’s a notable lack of NaNoWriMo wrap-up posts over the past few days. That’s because life interrupted my original plans. Sorry. But yesterday I was able to get back on the writing bandwagon and churned out a couple thousand words … Continue reading
Writing longhand is much slower than typing. But I like it, and I get to use my magic pen, so I won’t complain. And yes, Day 3 is missing because I wrote a grand total of zero words and there’s … Continue reading
A few weeks ago, I ordered a couple of books from the United Kingdom. They arrived a short time ago. When I started to read one of them, something stuck out…a small piece of paper, folded tightly. When I unraveled … Continue reading
Finally, I made it. I got in today’s words. But I had to cheat a little bit. I ended up typing the last 1500 or so words rather than write longhand with my magic pen. Maybe that’ll explain why this … Continue reading
Wow. Where did the day go? Oh, yeah, that’s right…I spent 99% of it dillydallying. I went shopping. Found some awesome soap, grabbed a birthday present for my niece, and came up with an amazing idea: THE MAGIC PEN. You … Continue reading
First, it does not feel like Halloween at all because it’s been raining all day which means the ghouls and goblins have opted to stay inside…where it’s dry. But at least this weather is good for something: Inspiration. The deep … Continue reading
The shift in temperature as summer flows into autumn always reminds me of childhood…and the things I miss from that bygone time. Drinking a mug of hot Ovaltine on a chilly evening Chewing fruit punch flavored Bubblicious gum Skipping rope … Continue reading