NaNoWriMo, Week Two Wrap up.

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Week two was a brain buster. Like many of my fellow WriMos I am fully employed so to ensure I have a proper amount of time to get my writing work completed each day, I have been waking up at 3:00 am, writing for 4 hours, and then head to work. I have to admit that I am a lucky employee in that for the time being, (Due to COVID-19) I am working from home. but at 7AM I have to fire up my work computer and overburden my internet with work…

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T. Mark Mangum

T. Mark Mangum

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