In the first week of NaNo, Day 7 I logged in a total of 13,650 words. On top of that, I wrote for the Lowell Ledger logging in 1,841 words with stories about Milo’s Consignment, Station Salon Celebrates 10th Anniversary and the Lowell Arts Artist Market. That would put me at 15, 491 more like my buddies. Writing is writing, my buddy Diana says.
Lowell Ledger stories gallery for Nov. 9
Stay tuned for these stories in the upcoming issue of the Lowell Ledger
In the NaNoWriMo 50k word challenge, we met our nemesis on the first climb of the roller coaster plotting method. I am still thinking about switching to the 15-beat sheet method, but on the other hand, I like the tension of the unknown.
Blast from my communist past in former Czechoslovakia
Nov. 7 was another mandatory holiday, when we paraded with lanterns in the streets of Gottwaldov, now Zlin, to celebrate the Soviet holiday of their October revolution known as VRSR.
Here is an excerpt from Wikipedia. I will write more about this when I have time.
The October Revolution, also known as the Bolshevik Revolution or (according to the communists themselves) the Great October Socialist Revolution, abbreviated VŘSR or Great October, was the second phase of the Russian Revolution of 1917, following the February Revolution.
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