NaNoWriMo. This is a hodge-podge of a put-together.

As is the typescript so far.

I’m having difficulty doing that many words in one day – I’m only through day two, aren’t I?  What’s the date?

Ah – there is still time left today for more if I should think of it.

I’m already seeing that some writing from some of those (many) blog-posts I took down will fit in with this – let’s call it an endeavour – I won’t add any of that until after NaNo, I’m thinking – I don’t want this ‘cheat’ thing hanging over me – I might change those words of the blog-posts when they do go in, or I might not – I always think they won’t change – they are so perfect, after all, you think, but – usually, words change.  You can’t keep them in aspic.

This is what I mean when I say I write in an – instinctive – way – maybe I mean ‘intuitive’ but it seems deeper than that.

I was uncomfortable with the last lot of blog-posts being there – people didn’t seem to be seeing them, but assuming else-wise with them.  One of them in particular . . .

And that was mighty embarrassing for me – to be misheard in that way.

And yet – that was how I was heard – how could I elucidate?

Oh – this darn thing – I’ve lost all the side-bits – the page has gone central.

No time to explain all that now.

I treat this as though it is Word and it is not.

I’m blathering on but I need to.

I said something about ‘literary’ being too posh.

I said (in the NaNo site) that what I was writing was ‘adventure’.

It is not.

I’ll be bringing in these blog-post pieces.

And that – I’d rather call it ‘literary’ than ‘postmodern’ – too many ifs and buts about ‘postmodern’.

If it turns out ‘literary’, I will start confronting my problems with ‘poshness’.  Nothing wrong with being posh.

Well, it’s just another genre, in its own way, isn’t it?

But I ended up in the A class when I was a kid, and it was full of posh kids who didn’t want to play with me – that’s a basic start to this.

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