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One-Liner Wednesday – I won!

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I decided when I woke up on the 14th of November, with only 7,334 words written so far, that I was going to finish NaNoWriMo. (National Novel Writing Month is a challenge to write 50,000 words in the month of November.) And I did it! 50,162! Go me!

Photo: Graph showing the proper steady growth to 50,000 words and my actual count that has lagged every single day until the finish line.


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Author: Linda G. Hill

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

56 thoughts on “One-Liner Wednesday – I won!

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  2. Congratulations! So wonderful to hear AND so happy for YOU!!! Cheers! (did happy dance in living room to celebrate virtually with you, belatedly!)

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  13. Congratulations! Now you can relax a little. You’ve earned it! 🙂

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  17. Congrats! I’m glad poets never have to write 50,000 words. 😉

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  18. Congratulations, Linda. 😁

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  26. Heartiest Congratulations!

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  28. I will add my voice to the well wishers! Now the hard part begins… Editing.

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  30. Congratulations Linda. Score one for the procrastinators.

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  33. I’ll add my congratulations as well:
    CONGRATULATIONS!
    Wow!

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  34. Yay, Linda! Kudos to you!

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  35. Congratulations, Linda!

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  36. Well done, Linda. It’s never easy, is it?

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  37. Congratulations Linda🎊🎆🎇 you have excelled 💜

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  38. Yay! Congratulations, Linda!

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  39. Well done Linda! And here I am balking at the prospect of writing two thousand words by Friday!

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