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It’s NaNoWriMo Prep Time!

It’s NaNoWriMo Prep Time!

Hello everyone!

It’s almost October and that means that it’s NaNo Prep time!
We have a brand spanking new regional forum for you to come explore.
And while you’re there, please introduce yourself.

There are a whole lot of great events planned this year!

Save Your Thursday Nights for NaNo!
First off, save all of your Thursday nights for October and November because we’ll have NaNo Prep workshops every Thursday in October and write ins every Thursday in November except Thanksgiving!
FYI – If you want to be sure you never miss an event, link your Google calendar with our Google calendar.

NaNoPrep Workshops
We’re very fortunate to have four very talented authors who have generously agreed to help us prepare for NaNo with these workshops:

October 4 – Richelle Renae McFate – How to be an Organized Writer
October 11 – Colleen Gleason – The Hero’s Journey for Writers (How to use the classic elements of storytelling to plot your book)
October 18 – Lev Raphael – Developing Important and Memorable Settings
October 25 – Elizabeth Heiter – How to Write Efficiently and Effectively

For more information about the workshops, see our thread here.

Kick Off Party
Our kick off this year will be Sunday October 28th. Go here for more information. And be sure to rsvp by Friday October 26th because there will be a very special goodie in those goodie bags this year. No hints. You’ll have to be there to find out. 😉

NaNoLansing Facebook Page
Also, if you want to be sure to see the NaNoLansing posts on your Facebook feed, be sure to like our page here.

We’re going to have a great NaNo Season!

Excitedly yours,
Your NaNoLansing Municipal Liaison
Contemplative Cat aka Annette

October NaNoLansing Prep Events!

October NaNoLansing Prep Events!

We’re really fortunate to have an exciting line up of excellent authors to assist us this October with preparing for NaNoWriMo so save all of your Thursday nights now because you won’t want to miss any of these!

Location, Dates and Times:

Where: Old Chicago 1938 Grand River Avenue, Okemos, MI 48864 –  Map
Dates: October 4, 11, 18 & 25
Times: 7 pm until 9ish. If we finish earlier, we can spend the time working on our novels and we might be able to stay later if we wish.

The Authors who have generously offered to share their expertise with us:

Richelle Renae McFate
In addition to being a published author and an amazing editor, Richelle Renae McFate is one of the most organized writers I’ve ever met and she’s going to share an organizational system she has mastered to help us with our novel prep.

Colleen Gleason
Colleen Gleason is an award winning author who has not only been on the USA Today bestseller list but also the New York Times Bestseller list. She has published 8 series and more than 50 books in a variety of genres. Her workshop is sure to be a winner and will help us develop a strategy to keep our plot moving.

Lev Raphael
Lev Raphael is an award winning author of over 25 books in multiple genres, both fiction and non-fiction. He has been a professor of creative writing at Michigan State University and teaches writing at His most recent book, Writer’s Block is Bunk, is available at Amazon and Barnes and Noble. In addition, his sense of humor makes his workshops as enjoyable as they are instructional.

Elizabeth Heiter
Elizabeth Heiter is a critically acclaimed and award winning author who has published 11 books in three series and two different genres. Her novels have been published in more than a dozen countries and translated into 8 languages. Her workshop is timely and will definitely help us to maximize our NaNoWriMo month in the best way possible.

Our Exciting Workshops:

October 4th
How to Be an Organized Writer 
Presented by Richelle McFate
Whether you are a pantster, a planner or somewhere in between, learning how to organize your thoughts while you write will help you with your novel. Richelle has mastered a style of organizing your writing. She will share her system using plotting notebooks, handouts and electronic programs to help tame the sometimes chaotic process of writing a novel in a month. (You can learn more about Richelle here:

October 11th
The Hero’s Journey for Writers – How to Use the Classic Elements of Storytelling to Plot Your Book.
Presented by Colleen Gleason
There are certain elements that make a story compelling—elements that have been found in tales since the beginning of human history. When we incorporate these elements in our work, we create story that draws in the reader through familiar and exciting elements. (You can learn more about Colleen here:

October 18
Developing Important and Memorable Settings
Presented by Lev Raphael
Writers are often so focused on plot, characters, and dialogue that they don’t pay enough attention to setting.  This workshop will explore ways in which you can make the setting in your fiction important and memorable. (You can learn more about Lev here :

October 25
How to Write Efficiently and Effectively
Presented by Elizabeth Heiter
All writers struggle to fit writing time into their schedules, stay on track, and make sure each new book is strong and unique.  The ability to write efficiently and effectively isn’t about time or method – it’s about mindset and creating habits that set you up for success. In the past four and a half years, Elizabeth Heiter has had 10 books in two genres published.  Join her as she shares her secrets for writing efficiently and effectively.  (You can learn more about Elizabeth here:

Hope to see you all there!

Keep Writing for the Good Fight!

Keep Writing for the Good Fight!

Hello NaNoLansing Superwriters,

Cat here with some inspiration to keep us going.

Together, our amazing efforts have demolished Fear Stryke! Between nearly 34K words we wrote on Thursday at the write in and the astounding 123+K words we wrote Saturday, we left Stryke in a pile of dust and wounded Doc Proc!

But the Illiterasee aren’t done with us yet! Our intel just revealed that Doc Proc aka Doctor Procrastination has a nefarious plan to keep us away from our words. Some of his plans include, spending a little too much time at the grocery store, deluding us into thinking we can’t squeeze out some words while the turkey is cooking, shopping for hours on end on Black Friday without writing, and spending entirely too much time online looking at all of those amazing sales. He is very adapt at tempting us with distractions this time of year, but don’t let him! Our fight for Word Domination is TOO important. We need to be sure that we (and the world) maintain the freedom of creativity and the power of imagination!

Some of our mighty writers have passed the 50K Mark! Well Done! (throws confetti). Please remember that your win is not automatic. You still have to validate your word count. Once you’ve done that, celebrate your win with the rest of us here!

For those who haven’t yet received your stunning purple winner’s bar don’t despair. You still have time and many people have caught up during the Thanksgiving weekend!

Right now, be sure that your time zone is set correctly and then give your novel a test to see if the validator records more, less or the same words as your processor has. It’s painful to come up to last minute only to discover your time zone was off, or your processor is more generous than the validator.

For all of you mighty Superwriters, KEEP WRITING! Use these ideas to forge ahead on this Heroic Journey.

  • Come to our Virtual Write Ins and write up to 6000 words like some of us did!
  • Make your own write in and post about it in our regional thread for others to join in.
  • Carve out time to write where ever you can. 
  • Dictate into your phone with one hand while you stir the gravy with your other hand.
  • Prop your iPad on your knee while you type away standing in line during Black Friday (and gain the secret noveling badge.)
  • Write while the football game and parade are going. Heck add in a story about a family holiday.
  • Take some prompts from our prompt thread and add your own.
  • Nominate yourself or a fellow wrimo to receive a shiny halo of strength and determination.
  • Write about what you’re experiencing.
  • Don’t worry about quality. Now is the times to just crank those words out like a rapid firing machine gun.
  • Commit to celebrating with your fellow super writers at our TGIO Party.
  • And…. Just keep writing!


Here are some events to help you!

Wednesday 11-22
Where: NaNoLansing Chat Room (Access Info here)
When 7:00-9 pm
Host: Your ML YuOfOwari22

Wednesday 11-29
Where: NaNoLansing Chat Room (Access Info here)
When 11 am -1 pm
Host: Your ML YuOfOwari22

Thursday 11-30 Annual Last Blast Get Your Words In Write In
Where: Old Chicago (map)
When: 7pm – Midnight
Host: Your MLs 

TGIO (Thanks Goodness It’s Over) Party! Saturday December 2.
We also have set up a splendid TGIO Party for you!
Where: Okemos Public Library
When: 2 – 5:30 pm
Activities: Potluck, prizes, awards, a white elephant gift exchange and fun!
Please RSVP by December 1st.


So Mighty Superwriters, I leave you with a thought,

Be a Hero and don’t abandon your story! Keep writing!












Until next time,

Your Mission Control Word Power Commanders,

Annette aka Contemplative Cat along with
Courtney aka YuOfOwari22

Week 2 Battle Plan

Week 2 Battle Plan


Hello NaNoLansing Superwriters,

This is Cat from Mission Control with an important announcement for you.

Together, our words have crushed Max Perfect and sent him off for the rest of the month! Well done! We couldn’t have done this without our combined efforts. Things are definitely looking up in our battle for Word Domination!

But Week 2 brings with it one of the worst villains of the Illiterasee – Lord Bloque! He has even made his way into Mission Control and I’ve had to battle his forces of evil. Lord Bloque is a tricky fellow. Also known as the Blank Lord of Oblivion and Quantum Unending Existentialism, he sweeps in to make us feel like we couldn’t write a novel if our life depended upon it. The Illiterasee know that we are the most vulnerable to Bloque’s influence during the week 2 slump.

How does he affect us? Let me tell you my story. This morning I looked at my manuscript and wanted to chuck it out the window. I hated my characters, couldn’t find where the story should go and stared at my computer screen for a half hour without typing. Even a word war set up by our friendly bot, Timmy in our regional chatroom couldn’t shake the feeling like it was hopeless. I couldn’t write. Why was I bothering? What was it all for anyway? But then I realized it was Lord Bloque coming to thwart my efforts and I wasn’t going to let him win!

Don’t you let him win either. If you can get through the week 2 blahs, it will get better. This is only the Illiterasee trying to win in the war for Word domination. Together we can kill off this evil villain too. But we have to keep writing!

So what can we do to beat Lord Bloque?


To help you with this effort, we have the following write ins scheduled and invited to.

Thursday 11-09 Write In

Where: Old Chicago (map)
When: 7pm – 10pm
Host: Your MLs

Saturday 11-11
There are TWO choices!

Where: Foster, Swift, Collins & Swift (map)
When: 10 – 2 pm
Host: Alexandria Sure
For more information see this thread.

Midway Madness
Where: R & B Books (map)
When: 10:30-4:30
Host: Flint Red Hots
For more information, see this thread.

Monday 11-13

Where: EL Public Library (map)
When: 10 am to Noon
Host: Your MLs

Where: NaNoLansing Chat Room (Access Info here)
When: 7:30-9 pm
Host: Your MLs

Tuesday 11-14

Where: NaNoLansing Chat Room (Access Info here)
When 7:30-9 pm
Host: Your ML YuOfOwari22

ALSO for a special treat we have:

Heroic Write In

Saturday 11-18
Where: Okemos Public Library (map)
When: 9 am to 7 pm
Prizes, potluck, coloring sheets, buttons and fun!
Please RSVP here
Please list your potluck items here.

Well that’s it for now. Please pull out all your strategies for defeating the dreaded Week 2 slump and Lord Bloque.

Until next time,

Your Mission Control Word Power Commanders,
Annette aka Contemplative Cat along with
Courtney aka YuOfOwari22

Battle Stats and Heroic Efforts

Battle Stats and Heroic Efforts


Hello NaNoLansing SuperWriters!

The Fight For World Domination!

We’ve just received intel that our ferocious word heroes did an amazing job last night at the write in. The Illiterasee’s Evil Villain, Max Perfect, tried to dodge our word bombs, but he wasn’t able to. We slashed his legs with hyperbole and struck his arms with metaphor and the sheer force of our words sent him home to tend to his wounds. We’ve almost won! His hit points are down so low, they are nearly critical! Let’s finish him off NaNoLansing!

The Power of Write Ins!

To help with that, we’re having our Super-Powered Write In tomorrow from 10 am to 4 pm at the Library of Michigan. More information can be found here.

If you are still wanting some writing time – Howell Carnegie District Library – 314 E. Grand River, Howell (map) will be having a Come Write In Sunday November 5th from Noon until 4 pm. They will have coffee, snacks, writing prompts and a quiet space to write.

We’ll also have another NaNoLansing Write In on Thursday Nov 9th at Old Chicago in Okemos (map) from 7 pm to 10 pm.

Become a Hero for NaNoWriMo!

Would you like to be a hero for National Novel Writing Month?

NaNoWriMo is funded mostly by us, the writers who enjoy this wonderful event. Tomorrow is Double Up Donation Day.
For $25, you will be able to receive $50 worth of goodies including a lovely enamel pin. Plus they will have drawings for great prizes every hour from 9 am EST (6 am PST) until 11 pm EST (8 pm PST).

Also, if you don’t have money to donate, we currently have 8 halos available in our Halo Relocation Program. Nominate yourself or someone else to receive one of those shiny golden halos.

We can do it, NaNoLansing! Let’s finish off the evil Max Perfect and the rest of the Illerasee’s evil villains with the power of our words!

Your NaNoLansing Word Power Commanders (aka MLs),
Annette aka Contemplative Cat along with
Courtney aka YuOfOwari22

October 19th Workshop Change, Kick Off Info and Misc. Good Stuff

October 19th Workshop Change, Kick Off Info and Misc. Good Stuff

Hello NaNoLansing Wrimos,

We’ve got a few announcements for you today.

Change in our workshop for Thursday 10-19-17
7-9:30 pm – Old Chicago (Group Room) Okemos, MI (map)

The bad news is that Bethany Neal unfortunately had to cancel. She sends her regrets and encouragement to everyone.

The good news is that we are very excited and grateful to be able to announce that Teresa Crumpton has graciously agreed to present a wonderful preparatory workshop – Juiced: Techniques to Power Up Your Creativity. If you saw her earlier this month at CCWA, you’ll know what a great presenter she is.

Thank you Teresa! We’re looking forward to this!

Thursday 10-26-17 Plot In
7-9:30 pm – Old Chicago (Group Room) Okemos, MI (map)

We’ll provide worksheets and a venue for creative brainstorming this night. Whether you are a pantster or detailed planner, come join us as we help each other prepare for NaNo!

Kick Off – Sunday October 29, 2017
2-5 pm – The Avenue Cafe, Lansing, MI (map)

We have our kick off scheduled and it’s going to be a blast with games, a potluck, photo ops and information about our heroic month ahead. For more information you can see our thread here. Right now we need you to rsvp so we can know how many goodie bags to make. Please rsvp here. (Thanks to everyone who has rsvped thus far!)

Also, we have a potluck list going on our thread here. If you can bring something to eat, please sign up here. 

NaNoLansing Regional Forum

If you haven’t done so already, please introduce yourself here. We’d love to get to know you better!

Also – please feel free to start and comment on threads in our regional forum. Want to know how everyone is prepping? Start a thread to ask. Want to know what everyone is writing – post that too. Or anything else you would like to post.

Until next time,
Contemplative Cat (aka Annette) along with YuOfOwari22 (aka Courtney)
Your Municipal Liaisons for NaNoLansing, the Greater Lansing chapter of NaNoWriMo

NaNo Prep Workshops and Dates to Save

NaNo Prep Workshops and Dates to Save

Hello fellow wrimos (that’s a NaNoWriMo participant for any newbies out there.)

It’s almost October, which means it’s NaNo Prep time and we’ve got some wonderful things planned for you all this year.  We’ll have more details on everything as it gets closer to November, but today we’re going to talk with you about our NaNo Prep workshops.

NaNoPrep Workshops!

We have some amazing workshops scheduled for you to help you with your writing and planning.  We’re really excited to welcome two talented writers who have graciously agreed to speak with us.


Date: October 5th 
Time: 7 to 9 pm, 
Place: Old Chicago (Group Room) Okemos, MI (map)

The Personality of the Novel  – Lori Nelson Spielman
Lori Nelson Spielman, the author of The Life List and Sweet Forgiveness will be providing an interactive workshop on describing voice and character and anything else you are interested in learning.  Be sure to bring your questions  for this fun and interactive workshop!


Date: October 19th 
Time: 7 to 9 pm, 
Place: Old Chicago (Group Room) Okemos, MI (map)

Writing Your Novel One Scene at a Time  – Bethany Neal
Novels are made up of scenes, but how many should there be, and what should each one include? In this workshop, Bethany Neal (author of My Last Kiss) will show you why some scenes work and some don’t, which scenes your story must have, and how to write scenes that grip the reader while propelling your story to the finish line.

Come join us for a fun and informative evening!


Date: October 26th 
Time: 7 to 9:30 pm, 
Place: Old Chicago (Group Room) Okemos, MI (map)

Plot In
Whether you are brand new or a seasoned writer, we’ll be meeting to work together to share ideas, ask for help and generally prepare for our writing in November.



We’re still working on activities, but we wanted to have you mark your calendars for these events!  (More details later):

NaNoLansing Kick Off Party 
Sunday October 29 from 2 until 5 at The Avenue Café.

Regular Write Ins:
Thursdays from 7-10 pm at Old Chicago, November 2, 9 and 16th.

Superpowered Write In, in conjunction with the Library of Michigan
Saturday November 4th from 10 am to 4 pm.

Come Write In:
Saturday November 18 (9 am to 7 pm) and Sunday November 19th (noon to 6 pm).  Okemos Public Library.  

Last Blast, Get Your Words In Write In
Thursday 11-30 at Old Chicago from 9 to Midnight.

TGIO Party
Saturday December 2nd from 2 to 6 pm, Okemos Public Library.

Until next time, enjoy this lovely weather and your NaNo Prep Time!

Contemplative Cat (aka Annette) along with YuOfOwari22 (aka Courtney)
Your Municipal Liaisons for NaNoLansing, the Greater Lansing chapter of NaNoWriMo

April 2017 Camp NaNoWriMo: Cabin and Write-in News!

April 2017 Camp NaNoWriMo: Cabin and Write-in News!

Hello everyone and happy “Spring”!

This April’s Camp NaNoWriMo is right around the corner!

We have a cabin started and have some write-ins planned for this *informal* extravaganza!

If you are not familiar with Camp NaNoWriMo, it’s like a more laid back version of NaNoWriMo; you can write any sort of project you can think of and count your progress in word-count as usual, or in hours, pages, or lines! There is a lot of freedom to explore, and great opportunities for camaraderie and merriment along the way!

If you’d like to join in the festivities, head on over to! Create an account (you’ll use the same login info as with the regular NaNoWriMo site) or sign-in again if you’ve participated before.

Once you’re all signed-in, you’ll need to join a cabin! What are cabins, you ask?

“Cabins are Camp NaNoWriMo’s version of a writing group. Up to twenty writers can bunk together in a virtual cabin to create a personal writing community.”

Camp NaNoWriMo will automatically sort you into a random cabin. That’s great fun, but if you’d like to join our cabin, here’s what to do!

  1. Make sure that you’ve named your project. You’ll probably be prompted at the main page, but otherwise, under “My Camp NaNo” go to “Writing Projects” and create a new one!
  2. Once you have a project, you’ll need to change your cabin settings. To do this, go to “Cabins”–>”Cabin Settings”. There you can select that you’d like to be able to receive cabin invitations
  3. If you’ve already been sorted into a random cabin, you can leave that one and instead opt to receive invitations.
  4. Send a private message (“Conversations”–>”Camp Inbox”–>”Message a Camper” on the left sidebar) to YuOfOwari22 and let me know you’d like to join! I’ll then invite you to join our cabin.

Cabins cap out at 20 writers, but we can always have more than one if the first fills up so never fear – you’ll not have to write alone!

Speaking of not writing alone, we have a few write-ins planned for those who are so inclined:

April 2017 Camp NaNoWriMo Write-in Schedule:
Thursday, April 6: 7pm – 10pm
Thursday, April 13: 7:30pm – 10pm

All the write-ins planned so far will be held at the Grand Traverse Pie Co., 1403 E. Grand River , East Lansing, MI 48823

If you’d like to suggest other dates/times/places for write-ins, throw out your ideas on the Cabin Message Board (found under “Cabins”–>”My Cabin” once you’ve joined)!

Or if you’d like to communicate with all of NaNoLansing, and not just your cabin, please post over at our NaNoLansing Thread at NaNoWriMo.

Hope to see/”see” some of you soon!

Excitedly Yours,
Courtney aka YuOfOwari22
along with Annette aka Contemplative Cat
Your NaNoLansing Municipal Liaisons (ML) aka your event coordinators, purveyors of fun, answerers of questions and senders of periodic regional messages to keep you in the loop.

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Scrivener Workshop January 28th 10 am to 3 pm!

Scrivener Workshop January 28th 10 am to 3 pm!

Happy New Year Everyone!

I’m writing today to let you all know about a wonderful workshop that Alexandria Sure has coordinated for us.

Come learn Scrivener with your NaNoWriMo family.

Date:  Saturday, January 28, 2017

Time:  10:00 AM to 3:00 PM

Foster Swift Collins & Smith PC

313 South Washington Square
Lansing, MI 48933
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Open to the first 15 participants that register. Bring your laptop to follow along. Time remaining after the course has been completed will be used for hands-on learning, plotting/writing, or editing.

Coffee and water provided. Lunch break at noon – bring a lunch or visit our local downtown Lansing food vendors. Feel free to bring anything else you’d like to snack on or drink.

FREE Parking in the back of the building. Doors open at 9:45 am. If you arrive after 10 am, you must call 517.980.0380 to be let into the building.

Please RSVP using the link below.!At6z_9LlqlWBkgKc0hDJhL4zvCww

Scrivener can be purchased/installed at
If you won NaNo, you were given a code for 50% off in your winner’s goodies.  If you didn’t win, but would like to get the code (which is good until 11-1-17) you can check out the Special Offer Code Giveaway Thread for a code or contact Contemplative Cat who has a code she won’t be using.

Thanks for coordinating this, Alexandria!  Hope to see a full house there.

Post NaNo Write Ins:

We’re still looking at having these, but haven’t finalized details.  If you would like to discuss ideas about this, please check out our Writing Through the New Year Thread.

Here’s to a Fun and Productive New Year!

Annette aka Contemplative Cat
along with Courtney aka YuOfOwari22
Your NaNoLansing Municipal Liaisons (ML) aka your event coordinators, purveyors of fun, answerers of questions and senders of periodic regional messages to keep you in the loop.

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Validate Your Novel! Last Blast Write In, TGIO

Validate Your Novel! Last Blast Write In, TGIO

It’s November 30th, Valiant Word Warriors! Our last day of writing!

If you have crossed that 50K line and haven’t donned that awesome purple winner’s banner, then please Validate Your Novel!  Get the awesome prizes that come from winning!  Join the 2016 Winner’s Hall of Fame!  For information on how to Validate – Click Here.  BTW – You can continue to update your word count with the Purple Winner’s Banner.  Also, NaNoWriMo does not keep your novel, but if you are still concerned you can use find/replace and crazy up the novel you upload to validate.

If you’re still working on getting to that 50K (there are dozens of you so close) we’re cheering you on, keep writing!  You’re almost there.  Pull out all the stops and take your characters on crazy adventures!  If you’re so far away you aren’t sure you can do it – try anyway.  Join the ranks of the NaNoLansing Heros who amazingly wrote astounding amounts of words on their last few days!  (Thinking of 3 people at the moment who did this.)  Anything is possible!

Come to our Last Blast Get Your Words In Write In tonight at Old Chicago from 9 pm to midnight.  We’ll have hotspots on our phones if the wi-fi goes down.  (If you’ve won already come join us anyway.  It will be fun!)  We’ll update our house points for you.  And you will get house points for attending tonight for those last bits of house point chances!  (Final point count will be completed by Saturday to give us a chance to tally everything.)  And speaking of Saturday…

TGIO Party this Saturday!

Come celebrate the month with your fellow word wizards on Saturday 12-5 from 2 until 5 pm.

  • We’ll have a potluck
  • Awards – Must RSVP so we can make them for you.  Please do so early, or you might get a handwritten generic one.  😉
  • White Elephant Exchange – Bring a wrapped gift (regifted, homemade or no more than $10.)  We will have a fun trading game to pass them around.
  • Raffle Prizes!  We have a NaNoWriMo Poster as one of these plus a warm fuzzy blanket.
  • Games!
  • See who wins the coveted House Trophy!

RSVP Here.

Congratulations to our 2016 NaNoLansing Word Wizards who have crossed the 50K mark as of this writing.  If you have an asterisk (*) by your name, be sure to validate your novel asap.

Sihaya48, Remmirath, Contemplative Cat, Grimmlin, Tricia LB Warren,* roseworthington, ConnorHawke, cactusrose, curtisa5, AlexandriaSure, CammieDiane, girly1393,S_Featherstone, Faith Gider, poptartodoom, *Alyx95, estelraca, The_Riskbreaker, jesirobe, dei.gratia.hobbit, jhirst18, Victoria L. Rienhardt, *Stiliger, stargirlofthesea, J.B.Wickstop, PermanentlyTired, Cavebound Dragon, FreedomWarrior, Chelle LaBelle, TatooedLaura, Penny Michelle

We’re cheering you on!  We’re proud of you!  Whether you’ve written an amazing amount of words of this month, or just wrote a little, every word matters.  Your story matters.  You can be proud of yourself!  Celebrate your success!

Encouragingly Yours,
Your Fearless Co-Municipal Liaisons (and Heads of House Gryffindor)
Annette (Contemplative Cat) and Courtney (YuOfOwari22)

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