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Update: December 2021

Happy first of December NaNoWriMo survivors. And to everyone else... happy first of December. It's almost 2022. Where does the time go, huh? Feels like just yesterday we flipped our calendars to 2021. Sadly, this year seems to be ending the same as last. An uncertain future path through to the end of the COVID-19 pandemic What a dreary backdrop to what is supposed to such a fun, festive time.


Ew. That was a failure. Still gonna keep my NaNo project though. I feel I've made good headwind into the concept and general thematics department even though I didn't end up with a lot of writing time this past month. That's okay though. We'll get there.

Other Stuff

Oh, so much going on. December is a busy month, so I doubt there will be any writing. Between exams and events and Christmas and work, I just feel like the schedule is fully packed. HOWEVER, there is one big bit of news! I'm dropping a hardcover version of The Colours Betwixt very soon! This one is the obvious choice for first hardcover in my writing collection. Very exciting! I've received a proof copy of it and I absolutely love it. So be on the look out for this.


Word Goal: 48,000 words.

Writing Total from November: 1,404 words.

This Month's Word Goal: 4,000 words.


See you next time.

Have a good wander, friend.

— d.i.richardson

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