Nanowrimo second week update

As we have reached the end of the second week of Nanowrimo I thought I would do another update. I’m still way behind as I’m now up to 2275 words.

Here’s a new extract:

“One kiss from the devil will give you back your life but it also gives you powers. You will never be a normal human being. You are alive and dead. You have a soul but no heart. You’re feelings taken and replaced with the skills needed for this career. A career as an assassin. The Devil’s Assassin”

Let me know what you think

Until my next update… Happy Crafting!!!


3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Hannah Ackroyd
    Nov 11, 2012 @ 10:51:23

    Ooh this sounds so good! You might be behind but yours is written so well compared to mine! I’m going to have to completely rewrite mine to make it readable! I’m pretty much just throwing words on the page at the moment!


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