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  1. SonnehLee

    SonnehLee Contributing Member Contributor

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    Finally there!!

    Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by SonnehLee, Jul 3, 2008.

    Okay, so I had to celebrate. I reached the climax of my story. I'm estatic, and probably won't sleep anytime soon.

    Sorry, just had to share the news.
     
  2. ValianceInEnd

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    Climax of the story you're writing? If so, good for you. :)
     
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    Congratulations! I completely understand wanting to share. I imagine that you're feeling quite the thrill after putting so much effort into a project. :-D
     
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    Yep, the one I'm writing. A novel, 157 pages, not sure how many words, near 80,000, thus far. I was very happy. Even though I get the feeling I'm going to have to re-do it. Needs more emotion. Hence the reason for taking a break.
     
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    Wow! Good job! :D
    I really wish I could just get a page into any of the ideas I have for a novel. Seems like you have a good sense of focus, unlike me. :p
     
  6. DreamSong

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    Aw well, rewriting isn't too bad once you've got the idea written down. How long have you been working on this novel?
     
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    Rewriting is where you turn a rough, bare-wood piece of furniture into a richly polished maple bureau. Find joy in the process!
     
  8. SonnehLee

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    Since October...and you're right cog, with as many times as I'd imagined the scene, I can redo it again and again.
     

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