nanowrimo a go go

last night I figured out an ending for my november novel..

this is a double-edged sword, on one side it is a great ending and so I know where the book is going and where i have to get to, On the other, i’ve less excuse for not actually wimping out of this undertaking.. i already had characters, i had conflicts and in an appropriate context, I even had a subtext (or two) but I had absolutely no idea how to end the blessed thing. (or write it! but that’s a story for next month)

so come november i was set to just get my head down and plough on hoping for inspriation. last night, i had my head down, ploughing ahead with something else, concentrating on other things, when suddenly everything came to a climax.

and it’s great.. erotic, unexpected, slightly unsettling but life-affirming, and ultimately satisfying.

oh and I may cheat with my opening paragraph, using 160 words I wrote in january!

49940 words to go! bring on november!

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Caspar is just one monkey among billions. Battering his keyboard without expectations even of peanuts, let alone of aping the Immortal Bard. By day he is an infantologist at Birkbeck Babylab, by night he runs
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