Changes and Breaking the 40k Barrier!

So I’ve noticed some changes in myself while writing away during NaNoWriMo, and they are apparent in my writing and my art. I should say that I often forget what I am going to say or forget a word and them say the wrong thing. It is part of a condition I have and that is why I often say things I don’t necessarily mean to say XD Like for instance, in this I say whipe instead of wipe, white instead of red, and Skypee instead of Skype. It is part of me and something I do all the time! Anyone who knows me in real life knows this to be true and often laugh at me, sometimes I can say the most stupid random thing and it is hilarious! At least I have not let loose my stammering yet, but then I start recording a video again if I stammer XD I broke through 40K yesterday and I am really chuffed with that!


About oneofthedragons

Samantha K. Balk and F. R. Donaldson met on An Archive of Our Own, one of the many fanfiction sites online, when Sam asked Frankie to illustrate the fanfiction that would one day lead to Sam's first novel. They've been friends ever since! This blog was created as a way to share the oftentimes difficult journey any new author experiences on the uncomfortable quest of an introvert for attention to his or her most personal work. It is meant to remind you that authors don't just appear fully fledged like a George R. R. Martin, that all of us start out unsure and feeling inadequate. Feel free to ask us anything. Sam: Frankie:

Posted on November 22, 2014, in Frankeh Updates, Updates and tagged , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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