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Update: February 2021

January was an absolute ride. What, with the Reddit stock frenzy and the Capitol Hill insurrection. Never a dull moment in Hell World™.


Writing

I have done next to no writing this month. Only worked on a little chunk of poetry. Yikes. Not like me at all. I've been absolutely bottoming out on motivation lately, but I'm trying to finish my schooling and just like relax a little before I start working full-time in the upcoming month.


On the bright side, I am planning a lot of future projects still, from cyberpunk stories to Mad Max-inspired adventures to high fantasy to survival horror. I wanna write it all, so I've been planning a lot this last month, toying with new ideas and stuff and working on plots and whatnot.


The Blog

I'm still working on etymology posts and trying to write more opinion pieces. I dunno, I just like the idea of being able to vent and rant about stuff and whatever stuff I feel like that day. I enjoy being able to feel out and write down whatever's going on up in my head. That is the entire point of being a writer after all…


Editing

Yes, still doing this too! About 10% the way through edits on Little Midnight so far.


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Word Goal: 10,000 words.

Writing Total from December: 169 words.

Next Month's Word Goal: 10,000 words.

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See you next time.

Have a good wander, friend.

— d.i.richardson

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