3 Weeks

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Hi,

I'm starting write a novel. It's pretty depressing so far, and extremely hard to understand. At least I would assume so. It's the first chaotic novel I've started writing. And unlike my normal writings, It's unplanned. It's completely spontaneous. I haven't even used basic note cards as a guideline. It's as spontaneous as this writing here.

The main character gives names and voices to his feelings. Each feeling has a personality (no kidding.), but yeah. The character is looking for spiritual enlightenment. He tries to become more aware of his life. Kind of philosophical and again hard to understand (or at least I would imagine).

There are a lot of facts and back-stories missing. I haven't added them in yet, and I'm wondering whether I should give context. In one respect it obviously detracts from the "crazy-in-the-moment" feel I'm trying to strike in the reader. I'm trying to let people know that time is fluid and ever changing. That nothing is static. A nihilistic themed approach to spiritual enlightenment using Named Feeling dialogues.

How very entertaining. Anyways, I've uploaded the document (it's in Word) to Google Documents here: http://docs.google.com/Doc?id=dgsdx884_0cdtsv9
I hope that works. The footnotes don't show up on here. It's not really important, but if you'd like you can read it there.

Thanks,
Roux

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Submitted: November 29, 2007

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