Hey! So any of you who have read this blog currently, know that I have been taking part in the awesome thing called NaNoWriMo. NaNoWriMo stands for National Novel Writing Month, and challenges regular people to write a 50,000+ word novel in one month.
And guess what.
I DID IT!! I finished my book on time! Even with the horrible snow storm and gymnastics everyday except sundays and a trip to the Bay Area [where NaNoWriMo originated from] to visit family, and even through all of that, I made it!
Honestly, it still has not hit me that I have written an entire novel in a single month... So I am waiting for that to kick in... I have always had that problem that I am not excited or I am not sad until I really processed what has happened, why it has happened, and what effect that has on me. I have this need to process everything, which messes withmy sudden reactions. [Although I did do a 30 second long happy dance when I finished.... Note: Do not EVER do a happy dance in a drYupp...
ANYWAYS, Back to NaNoWriMo and everything. So Now that I have actually finished a novel, and it is completely done [except for editing of course] I will put it up on this website. It will be under the "other stories" tab, and then you will see a tab that says "The Unfortunately True Story of Charlie Armstrong." Youcan click that and either read it in a word document form [I will put up compatability mode and Word 2010], or on a link that will not require you to have word document.
Please keep in mind that this is only a rough draft, and that I might have rushed some parts of it to get it done in a single month. So, enjoy that, and I hope you guys are having an awesome holiday season!
Best Wishes!
Natalie

PS
I would also like to apologize for keeping you on a cliff hanger on the "Curtain Call" Story. But because of High school and all of the other things going on in my life, I have not gotten around to finishing it yet. I know what will happen in my head.. It is just the execution of it that it holding me back. Sorry about that!



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