Productivity

This is what I call productivity: On the train, to and from work, I wrote 2100 words of my new fiction project. About 1100 in the morning, and another thousand on the way home. Quite happy with that. Making good progress on this new thing… Then… at work, I was able to spend nearly the ...

I think I just finished my novel today

Well, first draft only, but still, to do this in less than three months (while having a fulltime job, a family and a life), is just astounding. It pleases me immensely. Of course, now the task of revising and rewriting… Share this:TwitterFacebookEmailLike this:Like Loading...

National Novel Writing Month

National Novel Writing Month
Nanowrimo has been going for a decade now — it’s an online-based competition where every November a whole bunch of people write a novel in a month. The goal is volume, with quality to come later, if at all. And I’ve just said, screw it, I’m in. Unlike probably a lot of people, I know ...

Perspectives

What do you think about first person perspective? I’ve been thinking recently that something I’m starting to write should actually be done in (at least) two different first person perspectives, which is a form I don’t think I’ve used since high school. And I don’t know why that is. Then again, I suppose blogging is ...

Would you call it Writer’s Block?

I am a writer who doesn’t seem to write. Or at least, I write anything BUT what I really need to write. I write news stories and plenty of reports at the day job. I write in this blog, quite regularly now. And I write various other correspondence and other things as well. But recently, ...
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