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November 6th Word Count - Finished?

 

I wrote another 782 words this evening.  I think my first novel is basically finished.

I know that the book is not completely done, but I have worked on various things the couple of months when I didn't feel like writing.

I created a cover that I like.  I also proof read and edited the first 142 pages of the word document, which only left my a couple dozen to go back over.

After some more proof reading and formatting.  I ordered a few proof copies so I could have a physical version of the book to go through and look for further things to update or remove.

I will also give three copies to others as beta readers for feedback.  I will be fun to see an actual copy of my novel in a few days, even with not for resale emblazoned across it.


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