The amount that I'm proud of you is directly proportional to the number of those 12,000 words that you made up ;)
Dang. I can't say I made up any of those 12,000 words. Guess I'd better get on that!! :)
Darn, better revise. :) Can I keep glossening? You know glossy and glistening.
I love this chart! :)
So when I say that book is not a page-turner, it's a putter-downer, is that making up stuff? :-)
Congrats on your 12,000, Sarah. Can't wait to read it.That graph was funny. It made me think of when I worked in a psychiatric hospital with doctors who were forever creating words. Seriously, they're as bad as lawyers.
Yes, a funny chart. Keep going with the Nano!
I AM so proud of you. Maybe next year?
I know this is in the wrong place, yet I cannot email you. It says there is an internal error.
LOL! I love it. :)And I've been meaning to tell you... I read "Seeking Persephone" a while back and it was incredible! It was my dream book and when it ended, I closed it with a big contented sigh and my husband said, "So you liked it, huh?" And I just smiled, "Yes!"Thank you for writing it and thank you for your wonderful talent.
Leesa--Sorry for the issue with the contact form. It was a problem with the company that does the form, but it looks like it's fixed now!
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