Posted by: dougery | November 30, 2010

NaNoWriMo: Day the Last

Word Count: 50,223



!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (phew) !!!!!!!!!!!


It’s over. I did it. I won.





  1. Congratulations!!

  2. Congratulations!

  3. thank you, KAO, it was equal parts fun as hell and excruciating. For the moment I’m just happy I don’t have to spend all my free time writing. It will be nice to read again.

  4. Have you read The Strain yet? It’s very consumable.

  5. BRAVO!

  6. Congrats!


  7. Congrats, yo!

  8. thank you everybody, the congrats mean a lot to me. Writing is so solitary it is wonderful to be reminded of all the awesome people in my life who care about all this silliness. I will be composing a kind of “What I learned from NaNoWriMo” post soon, when i catch my breath.

    And KAO, I will check out the Strain in a bit. I am actually JUST getting around to reading HP7 and will follow that up with Infinite Jest. I think. Or maybe The Terror. Because I am a masochist.

  9. Awesome, Doug! Congrats!!

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