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Decided today to throw in the towel with the whole outlining thing. I’m getting nowhere but hemmed in. It’s just not working for me. At least, not in its current form. (Maybe I’m a feckless fool after all…!) Okay, I’m … Continue reading
Just read this on Rex Pickett’s blog (author of Sideways), and had to share it with you: “[Writers are] mostly otiose, feckless fools, dreaming of riches while staring at our blank screens.” http://rexpickett.com/post/2729560894/my-friend-shiri I must admit (proudly) that I don’t … Continue reading
Outlining is painful… I feel like I want to run away as fast as possible, but somehow I’m chained to a bench or something, forced to sit still. You ever feel like that, you want to be somewhere else — … Continue reading
I have been busy with Life lately, but that might be an excuse for the fact that I haven’t gotten much progress so far on my outline. The true reason is becoming clear: I’m avoiding it. Why? I’m not sure. … Continue reading
I hit a milestone yesterday that I didn’t quite realize until today: I finished writing the first draft! Let me explain… You see, with about eight minutes or so left in the writing session yesterday, I just stopped. I’d finished … Continue reading