Monthly Archives: November 2011

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Written on Nov, 08, 2011 by in | 4 Comments.

            I’m a strong believer of good news last to mask the bitter taste of bad news. So, we’ll stick with that.   The bad news, winter is here, and with it, a thick canopy of rainclouds. But given that I hate snow, rain is nearly tolerable, except when you have to walk around in …

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Written on Nov, 06, 2011 by in | 2 Comments.

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Written on Nov, 05, 2011 by in | 4 Comments.

      Story growing strong! Can’t wait to finish! But something tells me that it won’t stop at only 50,000 words…         It’s only fair to share…

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Written on Nov, 04, 2011 by in | 2 Comments.

            I think it’s safe to say that the two do not go together, especially when you’re on a deadline to complete 50,000 words in 30 days. But regardless of my groggy state and bulb-like nose, I have managed to mysteriously hammer out 8,000 words. 8387 words to be exact. Not too shabby if I …

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Written on Nov, 02, 2011 by in | Leave a comment

      Death is sad, love is agony. Max was her next job. She got his name just before he died and it was for her to lead his soul to heaven. She was a Bringer. Bringers do not have emotions. Yet the arrival of James, Max’s son, at his father’s death bed shook her whole existence because she …

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