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One-Liner Wednesday – I’m gonna make it!

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Twenty-seven days in and I’m going to hit 50,000 words! NaNoWriMo is mine, two years in a row! Woohoo!

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Author: Linda G. Hill

There's a writer in here, clawing her way out.

70 thoughts on “One-Liner Wednesday – I’m gonna make it!

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  6. Fantastic, Linda! Congratulations! 🙂

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  10. Congratulations on a job well done, Linda!

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  11. Congratulations, Linda! Making the goal is no small feat.

    This year life has conspired against me and my hopes of winning NaNo. Starting a whole house remodel, which meant emptying the house of its contents and moving to a hotel, another family member moving to her first apartment, a dental procedure which left me swollen and sore for days, and an attack of the common cold, have all intruded on my writing time. I have only managed to grind out 11k words. I have 3.5 days left so I will see what I can salvage. I hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving. 🦃

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  12. Congratulations, Linda! I believe I will make it, too. I am procrastinating and might be the last one over the finish line!

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  16. Woo hoo! That’s fantastic!!

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  17. Congratulations Linda! Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family. 😊

    https://poetryforhealing.com/2019/11/27/one-liner-wednesday-66/

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  27. Good for you! I can’t imagine ever doing that, but poets generally try not to go on for that many words. 😉

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  29. Well done you, and no I didn’t 💜💜💜

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  30. Congratulations, Linda!! Way to beat the deadline!!!

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  34. Congratulations, Linda. I am 3500 short of the goal, will probably finish tomorrow. Also my second year. Fantastic therapy and I dare to say I am going to make this a daily habit. Average 15 word per minute, so two hours is absolutely doable!

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  38. Keep at it – the end is close.
    Easy for me to say that. For the sixth year running, I hit the magic 50K with days to spare. Now I’m now pushing on to finish the story.
    Being retired does mean, though, that time isn’t the constraint it is for many.

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  39. Well done you!!!/
    I signed up, but health issues meant I couldn’t do it!

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  40. Cheering you on, and thanking you for being one of the gang who encouraged me to try NaNo for the 1st time–made my 50,000+ six days early, and now I’m making up for lost sleep!! Congrats to you!!!

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  41. Great news! 👏👏👏

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