A short post, because of family busyness, and Game of Thrones is on soon. Made some nice progress today on the fan fiction exercise. Signed up at FanFiction.net and posted the first part of it there.
So, another day another small collection of words put to pixel. But it's all progress. Part of putting my writing life back in order is sifting through the abandoned structures of unfinished stories, and down the lane-ways of old ideas. Some of that could be recoverable. More of it should be plowed under. It's all… Continue reading Day 2
That person is me. The place is my basement, at the moment. The problem is getting back on track with writing. Looking back on my past posts, I've made this complaint before. So this is an extended problem. The best way to get past it is to just sit my ass in the chair and… Continue reading A person in a place has a problem
Writing distraction Vacation planning, flight booking, errands, and watching TV with my wife, kept me from getting any writing done tonight. Writing success Well not tonight, but last night I added a bit on to my writing exercise (fan fiction).
Writing distractions today:Community again. Community season 1 and 2 are hilarious. At times cartoon-like, and at others amazingly poignant and meaningful. The range between Modern Warfare's hilarity and Abed's Uncontrollable Christmas are unlike other sitcoms I can recall. And so I watched three episodes tonight. Writing triumph today:Words. Actual new words. I'm allowing myself this triumph… Continue reading A Day in the Life
I've just passed two straight weeks of writing. I've managed to get at least some time each day to either edit a short story, or write a bit more toward my novel. I'm hoping to keep up the pace, although part of it has been to dominate the leader-board on the writing tracking site I… Continue reading Over two straight weeks of productivity
I've worked the past 5 nights to finish edits on a short story, so far titled "Guardian of the Heart". Now I have just one last scene to rewrite and that'll be that. And right after it's done I can start edits to the novelette I drafted late last year.