Challenge: Camp NaNo: Day 26

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April 26

I was skimming through my own work today, and I found this delightful tidbit.  It wanted sharing:

It was nearly done, its skin begin to sizzle, when Keagan stirred.

Veil brightened and hurried to him.  “You mad idiot,” he laughed, leaning over him.  “How do you feel?”

“Tired,” Keagan grumbled.

“Can you ride?” Thir Fowler asked.

Keagan pushed himself up on his elbows and then sat up.  He didn’t grimace, did so smoothly.  He nodded.

“Good.  You are a mad idiot, and I’ll give you a proper telling-off when you’re fully recovered, don’t you worry about that,” Thir Fowler snarled.

Today’s goal: 43333

Total word count: 40214

Day’s word count: 2578

Words behind the pace: 3119

Words till 50000: 9786

Average daily word count for April: 1548

Death count: 1

Total word count towards other projects (including this project, Facebook messages, cover letters, etc.): 30422

Daily word count towards other projects: 819

Average daily word count for other projects: 1239

Today’s playlist: “Poetry” including Children of Eden, The Mountain Goats, The Rocket Summer, Harper Blynn, and Foster the People; an untitled playlist that includes Taylor Swift, Fleet Foxes, Starkid, Sanctus Real, and The All-American Rejects (if you have any suggestions as to why I should have felt these artists need clumping, I’d be interested to know; I’d love to name the playlist by determining its glue)

Songs I’m singing: “Original Musical” from [Title of Show], “Far From the Home I Love” from Fiddler on the Roof, “Lost in the Wilderness” from Children of Eden, Demi Lovato’s “Give Your Heart a Break”

Cups of tea: 1 caf, 1 decaf, 1 passionfruit

Sugar: I was weak.  2 coconut ices

Hours spent at work: 0!

Hours driving: 0!

What else distracted me: Book reviews, Doctor Who, chores

Other campers: Apprentice, Never MasterMore Than One Page

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About Kathryn

My love of books has been carefully cultivated by the adults who raised me and also by the friends who love to share. My life has led me down long library shelves, to online forums, fanfiction sites, the front of a lecture hall, and into the desks of college classrooms. With an English degree and a couple master’s classes in Children’s Literature, I am now a bookseller for Barnes & Noble. I have been an editor for Wizarding Life Networks (the people who brought you Wizarding Life, Panem October, and MyHogwarts now HogwartsIsHere).

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