ChickenFreak's Progress Journal

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  1. ChickenFreak

    ChickenFreak Contributor Contributor Community Volunteer

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    I'm at the end of the timeline (that is, not the end of the novel, but the end of the point where the plot has reached), trying to kick open the door of "Nope. Nope. Nope. No, that doesn't work either. Nope."

    We'll see if I get there.

    Mumble.
     
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    Stay with it!
     
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    Who is then brutally murdered? ;)
     
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    Nope! I'm pretty sure it's going to be a normal-risks-of-his-profession accident. (Noooooo!)
     
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    Woo!

    All righty, the end of the timeline-so-far finally woke up. No idea whether the words so far will survive, but that's not really the point; breaking through the "Meh. Don't care about this part." barrier was the point. Two scenes written and two more are fighting for their place in line.

    And I can see an ending. An ending, not the ending. I don't like it because it's too happily everything-wrapped-up. But it is encouraging to see a destination. It gives me a road to drive down while I look for a more interesting route.
     
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