Word Count: September 16, 2007

I bet you anything this word count will be low…

Let’s see, this week from September 9, to September 15, 2007, I wrote a total of…let me calculate it…610 words.

Yup, I was right…pathetic. To be honest, there were many times that I sat down to write, but nothing came to me…It was late at night, the lights were off, my music was on, I was in “the zone” but nothing…I always get into writing moods after seeing a really cool, well though-out movie and I watched Unbreakable by M. Night Shyamalan and I always get into a writing mood after seeing one of his movies. He is one of the coolest writers, even though it’s movies, not books. Anyway, I also saw Surf’s Up, loved the music so much and looked it up online only finding that it was composed by Mychael Danna, but couldn’t download it and it’s not being sold. Darn it! Well, I was listening to some samples of it which also wanted to make me write since it’s such awesome music.

So, reading…I read the last 75 pages of And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie, 45 pages of Timeline written by Michael Crichton, and 90 pages of Type a Little Faster, Volume II: 2006-2007 by the Minot High School Magic Pens. 😀


6 replies
  1. Mr. G
    Mr. G says:

    I enjoyed Unbreakable and each of the books you have mentioned. You’re in the presence of greatness. 😀

    We allow you a bit of slack on the writing…mostly because you’ll make up for it soon enough.

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  2. Rebecca
    Rebecca says:

    Hmm, that last book sounds familiar….
    Don’t worry about the word count. I have had MUCH worse, and I always seem to bounce back.

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  3. Cassie
    Cassie says:

    Hey Noelle, I just got Firefox so everything will be going smoothly. I have a few questions but ill ask them tomorrow when i see you, later.

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  4. Jeremy G.N.
    Jeremy G.N. says:

    You did better than me, so I can’t say anything.

    As for firefox, it’s only redeeming quality is the whole “theme” ability. There is nothing else to distinguish it from IE 7 except that it is more widely supported by low-end PC users and Macs, which only have the hardware going for them. IE 6 isn’t much worse than 7 and still has great functionality with the blogs, and I’ve proven it at my home.

    Probably should have posted that on Mr. G’s Blog.

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