Sticky #43

Sticky43

I’ve been pretty bad the past few weeks about putting up stickies.  The first weekend I missed I was in Washington DC visiting my little sister and my new brother-in-law, and after that NaNoWriMo got in the way.  What’s that, you say?  NaNo is in November?  Not if you’re an ML like I happen to be this year – then NaNo starts in October with planning Kick-Off Parties and Write-Ins, trying to put together goodie bags and print out workbooks, and beating your region into RSVPing and deciding on a region name (we are currently deciding between Sweet Tea Wrimos and Swamp Things).  So between my birthday, my trip to DC, and NaNo, October has been a busy month for me!  Thank god next month all I have to do is write a 50,000 word novel.  Although I still can’t promise to keep up with the stickies next month.

Speaking of NaNo – this week’s sticky comes from last year’s NaNo Novel, Phooka Tales.  The premise of the book is that Holly’s fiance’ breaks up with her while she’s oversees for her job.  This sticky shows how she feels while at work the next day.  When something shitty like that happens it’s always nice to have something to take your mind off of it, but you can still feel it there, sitting inside you, and once you mind is on it again, forget trying to get anything done!  No wonder Holly goes a bit crazy.

Now I’m off to get my soundtrack ready for this year’s Noveling Adventure.  See you in December!

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Rebecca Enzor

Rebecca Enzor is a chemist in Charleston, SC who writes Young Adult and New Adult Fantasy and Magical Realism. Repped by Eric Smith of P.S. Literary.

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