Whoof. 55,766 for November. *Thud* Continue reading
“Sano’s attacker.” Eldan flipped pages. “It’s not in this book, but Michiko knew what I was talking about. A chuugumo is a kind of evil spider-youkai. Loosely translated, demon.” Continue reading
And sometimes the bunnies are just hysterical.
No, really. If you’ve read “No Plot, No Problem”, you probably know about the Random Ninja Attacks that you can throw in to spice up any stubborn plot. Continue reading
Curiosity piqued, Kero walked and stretched, working out the kinks of a morning spent with too much information. Whatever the problem was, it’d be a change from trying to figure out just how paranoid they had to be about the Eastern Empire, the pirates on Lake Evendim, the barbarians moving in the North, Continue reading
Well, the roofers were even more distracting than I anticipated, and getting to 50 K before today was a really good idea. Because average wordcount today was not happening. Continue reading
:Sano?: Megumi, hovering at the edge of his mind. :What’s wrong?:
Besides everything? Sano picked up his feet, heading for the dojo on his way to Companion’s Field. :I need to talk to Rolan.: Continue reading
In my experience, if you’ve hit 50 K and it’s not the end of the month – or the rough draft – yet, then keep writing. Continue reading
Kenshin glanced away, wet his lips. “You should speak to Kaoru-dono. And then Yahiko; he is young, hai, but he was raised knowing of hanyou, where Kaoru-dono’s knowledge is less than complete.” Humor glinted in violet. “And it will be an excuse to make him read to you. The Tales of Inuyasha; that may be enough to snare a young boy’s attention Continue reading
Yes! Wordcount is slaaaaain!
*Thud* Continue reading
Ow. Ow. Ow…. Sano shook his ringing head, wincing as a clumsy shopper dropped a pot in a clang of steel. That swift smack of Kenshin’s energies against his – yow. Feels like I ended up on the wrong end of Kaoru’s bokken. Continue reading