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November 6, 2013

So I’ve actually managed to overcommit myself this month.

First, I’m doing the #add1challenge, as all of you know.  (My French and Hebrew are doing alright, actually.  I may not get update #3 done this weekend – it might have to wait for the weekend after, or whenever I can find time with the kids asleep and the wife out to record something in French…. but I don’t feel so bad since I only promised once-a-month updates.)

Then, there’s Movember.  Yes, if you go there, you’ll see what I look in all of my oh-dear-god-why-did-I-shave gory… I mean glory.  Not that such requires a lot of work.

And then there’s National Novel Writing Month… and insanely, I threw myself into it again.  I’m about 25k words into 50k goal, and the novel isn’t going to be done at that point, so.. we’ll see where that goes.

I’m promising to do a language-related update later this week, but I didn’t want y’all to think I’d disappeared…


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  1. What… you write novels AS WELL????

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