Rounding the bend

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At 62,500 words in my first novel and finally getting into the 3rd act. Written several thousand new words a day for the past few days. . . and several thousand more ripped out and rewritten. . .so averaging over 3500 words a day. . .watched a humorous side-note kind of character become a major influence on the story. . .didn’t see that coming. . . accidentally discovered the critical flaw of the hero and how he overcomes it. . . . but I am finally rounding the bend to the climax of the book where the big fu fu action happens and the really cool thing is. . . .my biggest problem now is not being able to type as fast as I see it play out in my mind. The pieces all fit in place and make sense.

I have come to a terrifyingly profound epiphany. . . .

. . . were it not for spell checker I would be basically, functionally illiterate

How the heck did Twain or Poe write all of this by hand? Dear God . . .this is just the first draft!

 

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