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Update: October 2021

If you were to tell me that I could blink and a month would pass by, I wouldn't have believed you, but by goly, that's just about what happened. September left as quick as it came.


Writing Projects

Editing has taken a step forward! I'm about 1/4 the way through The Ones Who Went and Never Came Back. Sort of sad that it won't be out until 2022, but that's okay! Life happens, can't just sit around and be hard on myself for missing deadlines. Feeling sorry for myself won't help me get these things done. Please do be on the watch for this and other projects popping up! It's only a matter of time.


Personal Stuff

First month of school down. I'd like to assume I'm powering through at a good pace and doing decently well. I feel like things are sticking in my head, which is good. Would hate to just be wasting my time and not learning anything.


Other stuff, um, I turned 26 (gross), so I'm officially old, I guess. Suppose it's time to reflect on life and my future or something.


Halloween!?

Happy spooky month! To celebrate, I will not be doing anything wild and crazy over here for this blog. I may post some kind of horror content later on, but that is undecided as of yet. I'm just excited for creepy, cool fall days. Summer was so hot and sticky, so it's nice to have some refreshingly brisk autumn mornings on the schedule.


Get out there and have some delightful and frightful scares this month. Be safe and have fun!


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Word Goal: 5,000 words.

Writing Total from September: 675 words.

Next Month's Word Goal: 5,000 words.

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See you next time.

Have a good wander, friend.

— d.i.richardson

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