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Technically no, since she shouldn't be there at all. [Apr. 2nd, 2016|10:55 pm]
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715: "Shouldn't you be escorted?" She asked her.

A couple of notes today:
So, when I write, I enter the first draft by hand in a series of notebooks. I go back later and transcribe these notebooks into the computer (using Scrivener, which is a wonderful tool for this sort of thing). Today, I both finished filling book #18 and transcribing book #14. I do some minor editing as I transcribe. Some sections it's significantly more editing than others. With pretty much all of notebook #14 it was a lot of editing.

Everything in the computer so far comes to a total of 67,924 words. If the average holds true for the four notebooks I haven't transcribed yet, I've written just shy of 90,000 words. The average urban fantasy novel is right around 100,000 words. And I probably have 4 or 5 so notebooks left before I finish the story, which I'm still hoping to do in time for the writers workshop at OryCon this year.
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