#WriterWednesday: All Blogged Up and One Place To Go

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The good thing about my novella editing go off-track is that instead of getting all huffy, puffy and frustrated about it this time, I made a conscious choice to not get all huffy, puffy and frustrated.

Instead, I’ve been reminding myself that I’ve made strides doing other things:

  • After rolling around ideas for this November’s Nanowrimo, I’m settling on either following-up on the Living To Die” story or writin two short stories to serve as “introductions” to Delaney and Ella since you like those character (that’s code for “I need to make up my mind”);
  • I accomplished a few more items from my 52/52 list (offline) and will be jumping into #TribeTuesdayWPChallenge;
  • I’ve tackled some postponed and boring household tasks to clear a better path to creativity during November;
  • My featured posts are set up until end of December 2017;
  • I’m cross-promoting with Helen with her #SongLyricSunday at This Thing Called Life One Word At A Time and will likely have another cross-promotion with a talented writer very soon (Nortina from Lovely Curses); and
  • I’ve written 12 new short fiction pieces due to my #MarquessaChallenge!

So instead of looking at my editing delays as a “problem”, I’m shifting my view to see them as “OPPORTUNITIES”.

Being all blogged up leaves me with one place to go…

FORWARD!

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17 thoughts on “#WriterWednesday: All Blogged Up and One Place To Go

  1. You’ve accomplished a lot! I feel like I’ve had writer’s block, at least to some extent, for a month or more. I’ve written a couple of things but not much and not well. I don’t know what my issue is… but I seem to have artist’s block, too. All my creativity seems to be on extended vacation… I hate it!

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    1. It happens but it will come back when its ready but…but…but…I am a strong believer in writing everyday whether I feel like it or not. I’ll use any prompt and even write the opposite. But you are writing, you’re just not writing what you would prefer to write. Hmmmm…maybe a 30 day challenge is to write 250 words a day!🙄

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        1. Yup. Fiction. If you don’t want a word prompt, I may have a list of blogs that give an intro sentence for the writer to continue…or an entire paragrapg. Have you thought about taking some of your shorter fiction and rewriting it from the other character’s perspective?🤔

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