It’s been a long month busy working AND trying to complete my 50K novel for Nano Wrimo. Keeps you busy. At first I thought I was a bit smart having a rough plan in a notebook about plot, characters and … Continue reading
I’m v involved in writing my 50K novel as part of Nano Wrimo and I wonder how many other people feel totally sleepy as they write? I suppose I have been awake since 3.30am this morning, worked an 8 hour … Continue reading
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I’m v involved in writing my 50K novel as part of Nano Wrimo and I wonder how many other people feel totally sleepy as they write? I suppose I have been awake since 3.30am this morning, worked an 8 hour – or so day to come home and write again. I do love it, don’t ever get me wrong on that one but my tiredness gives me typos so I tried to find a diversion in reading so my writing wouldn’t go off the rails entirely – I’ve found it in “GoodReads Choice Awards. I voted, wrote 100 words more, nearly fell asleep so I decided to Word Press stuff and soldier on.
I’m still writing about a 65 year old lady, recently retired teacher and in love – probably for the first time. She’s currently in Madrid with her beau on holiday and he’s a bit pissed off because he had his wallet stolen. Maybe they’ll fall out over this one or maybe he’ll encourage her back to the hotel to enrich their relationship instead. I’m not sure yet – maybe I’ll have to sleep on that idea.
In my own life I am glad to get my hands on Series 6 of “The Sopranos” – it’s been a bit of a daft trial because I bought Part Two rather than Part One due to lousy labelling. Good … Continue reading
This Saturday I took the day off my Nanowrimo writing like mad because the weather was so mild I really had to go out walking . I think I’ve been influenced by my own characters Catherine and her bossy sister … Continue reading
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Day 4 and sadly I’m already a little behind my target. It’s Saturday 7.52am in Glasgow and I’m up writing to try to catch up with myself. I have a busy weekend ahead of me – pop-up art exhibition of … Continue reading