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Reviewed by Max Find in catalog | Read more reviews When four friends venture into the Scandinavian forests of the Arctic Circle aiming to briefly escape their...
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Submitted by: YCouser on Oct 29
Around mid-October I start planning for NaNoWriMo.  I’ve been the Municipal Liaison for my region (USA : New Hampshire) for several years, so prepping for NaNoWriMo not only means getting my head around my own project, it also means making notes for my weekly pep talks or lining up guest writers to farm out a pep talk or two, adding events to the regional calendar, ordering participant stickers and getting psyched not only for myself but for the...