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Digging

Short story here.

I was cleaning out my desktop folders and stumbled upon some old projects (think, ‘2009-2010 old’) that had been put aside.  At the time I didn’t think I was going to return to them, but seeing an old potential NaNoWriMo project got me thinking about it again, and so I’m going to go back to those and start re-writing the first chapter (this will be the seventh attempt) in order to get to the rest of the story.

I had been hesitant about publishing the story on fictionpress.com, but I figured I’m not going to do anything else with it.

On a completely unrelated note, anyone familiar with Hetalia Axis Powers?  Two of my characters from this revived project resemble Arthur Kirkland (Great Britain) and Alfred Jones (United States).

My characters were created back in 2009-2010.  I just got into Hetalia over the summer.

Yikes.

The funny thing is that the one who resembles Alfred is American, but leans more toward his English roots.  The one who resembles Arthur doesn’t acknowledge his roots, preferring a ‘quiet’ life in Washington D.C.

I’m not thinking too much into that one.  It’ll make more sense once it’s up and going.

But this weekend, (after I get the editing done for class manuscript #3), I’m going to start writing the revived project.  We’ll call that one ‘Revive’ (how original, I know) until I publish the first chapter to Fictionpress.

The Fictionpress account link will be available once I find out what the heck happened to the profile editing formats.

Ahh, classwork now.

Ciao

Mistflyer1102

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