NaNoWriMo Day 6 and 7

Sorry for not posting over the weekend.

As of this morning, I have 16,241 / 50,000 WORDS. Even though that is good, I feel I am running behind. I still have today’s words to type in.

As for FlashNaNo, we had an image for day 6, and for day 7, we had to, Write a story that takes place entirely on the bus or train when you’re commuting to work.

As for the Ray Bradbury Challenge. I read Analphabet by Martin Moran (Essay), Steal Small by Caitlin Horrocks (short story, which was hard to read), and The Bees of Deir Kifa by Michael Collier (poem). Then the next day, I read My Father’s Hats by Jeffrey Hammond (Essay), Memories of the Decadence by Hari Kunzru (short story), and Capriccio in E Minor for Blowfly and Strings by Paul Muldoon (Poem).

How are your November challenges coming along?

Published by T.L. Hicks

Tracie Hicks is a Speculative Fiction. You can read her work at Coffee House Writers, where she is an editor. Tracie has an Associate of Arts degree in Communications from UoPX. Bachelor and Master of Arts degree in Creative Writing (focused on fiction and screenwriting) from SNHU. She wrapped up her education with an MFA in Creative Writing from SNHU. She is working on two books and one short story collection. You can read her work at tlhicks.me

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