That didn’t last

I made plans before I finished my last book not to start the next in that series until I’d written the book that I already have in progress. I’m attempting to keep my enthusiasm for my projects high by managing them better. It’s easy to lose enthusiasm when I write a few thousand words and … Continue reading That didn’t last

December 1–12 progress

I sat down tonight to write something after another day of not writing anything. I haven’t so far. Instead, here I am writing this, after spending about forty minutes looking at reports, messing with Gmail (I had forgotten you can still access Gmail through the basic HTML link for slow connections, so that was entertaining) … Continue reading December 1–12 progress

Burning bridges and all that

So. I kind of burned some bridges yesterday. I think that’s a good thing, in this particular case. I’ve been dealing with some angst about KB for a while as I’m sure some of my previous posts here have made clear, and it had all turned into an emotional sinkhole and I needed to climb … Continue reading Burning bridges and all that

Yesterday with the book went well, so what did I do today?

I spent the day messing with my fonts library, caused Word to screw up with some of my most useful fonts, spent way too much time deleting and installing one particular font that just would not display correctly after I’d installed newer versions, deleted my font cache again, (and again), and finally got things working … Continue reading Yesterday with the book went well, so what did I do today?

Today’s (writing) forecast

Today’s writing forecast: cloudy, stormy, but not without hope. ;-) A rainy day always makes for a good writing day, as far as I’m concerned. I need to write at least a couple thousand words today, or I need to just admit I’m not going to finish this book anytime in the next three months. … Continue reading Today’s (writing) forecast

My schedule is killing my productivity

No joke, my schedule is killing my productivity. The unfortunate truth is that I need a schedule. That doesn’t seem to matter. I can’t stop myself from constantly making changes to any schedule I create, and even when I leave it wide open for writing and just fill in the basics like lunch, supper, and … Continue reading My schedule is killing my productivity