We all know what it is like to juggle real life and writing. It takes effort and dedication and a lot of hard slog. Nevertheless, that knowledge doesn't make it any easier. That said, I finally began to edit this week. It was not much mind, but something. I think what spurred me on was … Continue reading Progress and Backwards Steps
The Mid-week Blues
So it's only Wednesday and already I'm over uni despite it only being back three days. However, I did get a few rounds of editing done on Queen of Hearts before I had to return to my academic reality. If last year is anything to go by, I'm unlikely to do much more on the editing front … Continue reading The Mid-week Blues
Return of the WIPpet
Finally out of the post-NaNo slump and raring to go again. I was stumped trying to think of what to post for today's WIPpet, trying to think back to those misty times before November but in the end I decided to go with a section from page 22 of Rebellion Rising (11 for the date … Continue reading Return of the WIPpet
One day more.
Tomorrow, it begins. Around the world, thousands of writers dive into the mud filled trenches of (Inter)National Novel Writing Month and I join them on the frontline words to conquer every conception I now have about my ability to write lots in a day. I have to admit though, as excited as I am, I'm … Continue reading One day more.
The Notebook, Part the First.
It is a truth universally acknowledged that writer in possession of ideas will be in search of somewhere to put them. This is where notebooks come in, or in this day and age, phones, tablets, laptops, computers and smoke signals, though probably not the latter, it can get costly. I don't know about you but … Continue reading The Notebook, Part the First.