Tracy S. Morris

Quirky Mysteries, Screwball Fantasy and Sassy History

Archive for October, 2007

Welcome to the planet!

At 5:00 this morning, my neice decided she couldn’t wait for the doctor to induce labor. My sister went into labor 2 hours early, and at 8:05 this morning, Elizabeth Ann came into the world. Baby photos behind the LJ cut.

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Tomorrow is baby day!

 My sister goes in tomorrow at 7:30 to induce labor.  So I’ll be an aunt again by sometime tomorrow afternoon.   I keep reminding myself of things that must be done between now and then.  1. charge up digital Camera 2. charge up laptop 3. post pictures for the word to see.  It’s so hard to […]

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Gearing up to write 50,000 words in a month

I’m looking back through my old files to see If I can find my original character synopsis and outlines for Tranquilty.  I did find the first draft, but the notes seemed to have vanished.  I probably threw them away, thinking that I wouldn’t need them, since the book itself is published.  But of course, I didn’t anticipate wanting to refer back […]

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NaNoWriMo: I decided

I finally decided what I’m going to write for my National Novel Writing Month story. I’m going to write my follow up to my novel Tranquility, which I pretty much already have plotted in my head.  So by the end of november, I should have written at least 50,000 words of a rough draft of […]

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National Novel Writing Month

When I was a kid, I never read anything longer than 60-90 pages in length.  If it was longer than a Nancy Drew hardback, it was too daunting to read.  Then I worked my way through Alice and Wonderland, and Through the Looking Glass.   It was like I’d broken through a wall.  Suddenly, nothing seemed […]

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