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Weekly Update #5

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Pacemaker and Dryads

Story Updates:

Checked out the Pacemaker website on Sunday. It’s apparently a writing progress tracker or something. I’m mainly using it to keep track of everything I’m not writing. For everyday tracking of how long I’m working on my story, I’ve been using an app called Wordly. Then I put in the net worth I did later onto Pacemaker. Both are pretty good. I think I’m gonna keep it.

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TSOCID – Chapter Five

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Chapter Five: Traditions, Ties, and Tension

Ever since Hazel had, quite literally, picked up shop and moved her establishment to the North Pole, she’d had the quietest Christmas mornings since she could remember them being a thing. The tavern looked festive enough, strung with garland, cranberries, and paper chains, and the tree twinkled in the corner with the light of just enough candles sprinkled through its leaves. It was cozy enough to invite even the most cranky of forced early Christmas risers. But the only ones who were awake (and had decided to meander down for breakfast) were her, a handful of the inn’s tenants, and her huldra waitstaff. Although, in the end, it didn’t matter if anyone saw them now. They weren’t up for the elves anyway.

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TSOCID – Chapter Four

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Chapter Four: Jack of All Trades

After throwing their new guest’s boxes out the back of the truck, and leaving him with only her keys and the apartment number, Juniper sped away in a vain attempt to make up for the lost rehearsal time she was late for. She was pretty sure she was breaking the speed limit, but this early on Christmas morning, most elves were asleep, so the roads were empty. Even if she did hit something, it was more likely to be an inanimate object.

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