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May YA Novel Dare

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THIS IS HOW MONEY EXPANDS
01-12-2006
09:06 PM ET (US)
CONSUMERISM, YOU DOODES, CONSUMERISM, CONSUMERISM, CONSUMERISM................................
DO I HAVE TO SPELL IT OUT FOR YOU!!

HERE, HAVE SOME FREE EDUCATION, BEFORE YOU FALL IN TO THE VORTEX OF OVERSEAS BUSINESS, JOBS, BANKING, CHEAP MOBILE PHONE PLANS, EDUCATION, SCHOLARSHIPS, SHOPPING, PURCHASES OR MORE STUFFED TRAPS THAT ARE NOTHING BUT CONSUMERISM, YOU DOODES, CONSUMERISM, CONSUMERISM, CONSUMERISM............AND BY THE WAY, YOU ARE NOT SUPPOSED TO THINK IN THIS REAL FREE BRAVE WAY, YOU ARE SUPPOSED TO BE ALLOWING YOURSELF TO BE BRAINWASHED TO BE FACE DOWN, GOING DOWN, STANDING DOWN, AND THAT THEY, THE DEVELOPED COUNTRIES ARE DOING YOU A FAVOR BY ALLOWING YOU TO VISIT THEIR ESTEEMED LAND OF GODS THAT STINKS OF OTHER PEOPLE'S BLOOD, BOTTOM LINE, ETC, AND JUST SHELL OUT YOUR MONEY AND RESOURCES IN THE PROCESS OF CONSUMERISM, CONSUMERISM, CONSUMERISM, YOU DOODES, CONSUMERISM, TO MAKE THE DEVELOPED COUNTRIES RICH IN MONEY, RESOURCES, BRAIN AND WORK POWER, AND MAKE AN ASS OUT OF YOU.

HERE IS YOUR PROMISED FREE EDUCATION :

DIG WELL INTO IT BEFORE YOU SUCCUMB TO THE CONSUMERISM TRAP OF THESE DEVELOPED COUNTRIES :

YOU ARE INVITED TO VISIT :

PLEASE GET OUT WHITE TRESSPASSERS
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Susan
01-22-2005
10:53 PM ET (US)
In your words what is a YA novel?
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Gwenda.Bond@mail.state.ky.us
07-18-2003
11:02 AM ET (US)
I had to take a little breather, where I did bits and pieces. Yesterday I seemed to be back on track. Last two chapters now, and my total words are:
60,216
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Mary Anne
07-18-2003
10:40 AM ET (US)
I am so not good at this. Either continuing to write or reporting it. But I did do some work on it two days ago, so here:

Total words: 24663

Honestly not sure how much of that was new. A bunch. :-)
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Mary Anne
07-09-2003
01:32 PM ET (US)
Yesterday -- 1021 words. Back to the salt mines...
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Greg van Eekhout
07-02-2003
10:30 PM ET (US)
You guys are still doing great! Cheer! Root!
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Gwenda BondPerson was signed in when posted
07-02-2003
09:42 PM ET (US)
I'm still plugging along, somewhere around 57,000 words and closing on the ever-evasive ending. I'm hoping to finish for my birthday on the 12th.
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Mary Anne
06-30-2003
09:42 PM ET (US)
Haven't worked on the novel in a few days, but wrote a 5000 word short story today, start-to-finish, pretty close to a final draft. So I'm happy. :-)
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Gwenda Bond
06-26-2003
10:45 PM ET (US)
Today's words: 2273
Total words: 53, 970

That was actually a kind of early in the day count and I think I did more than that. But... the important thing is, still not finished. But close. Very close. We will see how close tomorrow.
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Mary Anne
06-26-2003
05:10 PM ET (US)
Today's words: 3337 (now that's more like it)
Total words: 22,167 (halfway through chapter 6)
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Mary Anne
06-26-2003
10:55 AM ET (US)
Yesterday's pitiful words: 182

Tried to write on the train and got queasy; had to put laptop away. Sigh.
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Gwenda.Bond@mail.state.ky.us
06-26-2003
09:51 AM ET (US)
Even if it's a really short novel?

I like the way you think. (smile)
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Karen MeisnerPerson was signed in when posted
06-26-2003
09:28 AM ET (US)
Heh. Anyone who aims to finish a novel in less than a year gets admiration from me.
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Gwenda Bond
06-25-2003
10:14 PM ET (US)
Today's words: 2528
Total words: 51,697

I actually plan to write a bit more in bed, but if I do that I get to count it in tomorrow's tally. End drawing nigh...

Oh yeah, Karen, rub it in, away for three weeks and they still haven't finished yet. (Just kidding.)
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Karen MeisnerPerson was signed in when posted
06-25-2003
12:58 AM ET (US)
This is a cool board. It's neat to go away for three weeks and then come check in and find you guys are still going at it with energy and humor. Yay rah rah and so on!
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