Since I finished NaNoWriMo, I've been a wretched lazy-butt. When it comes to writing. Obviously, I should never participate in such matters, even though it gave me some good as well. Nevertheless, now I'm on it again. Working on my story about Mz Eliza Elderberry. Went to the library yesterday, sat down, opened my iPad … Continue reading A new beginning
I didn't think I would write this much while visiting my daughter. But I got the opportunity, and I grabbed it. Both Friday, yesterday and today. I promise, I haven't been rude to anyone doing this, diving into the iPad. I just didn't want to go out in the icy cold weather. But they did. … Continue reading No needs for words now.
It seems to be a story as well, not only all what I write. The story itself, consists now of 4108 words, and I still don't know what will happen next. It's as exciting as reading a new book.
When watching all those movies and TV-series, when reading all those books, when pondering all that I have written so far - is it beyond my reach, to write a whole novel? Maybe I'm a bit morbid or something right now, for some reason, but there are all those thoughts rambling around in my head. … Continue reading Stage fright
Decided to participate in NaNoWriMo. I blame Diana... NO, that sounds awful. I am grateful to Diana, who kindly asked me if I should join, and if so offered me to be her buddy. If anyone else of you who reads this is joining NaNo this November, I would be happy to be your buddy … Continue reading I did it, after all
After I had published the last blog post here about NaNoWriMo, I opened the site and logged in. Oh my goodness! It doesn't look anything at all like the CampWriMo´s. I could neither make head nor tails out of it, and it rather scared me than pepped me to write. If I can't even figure … Continue reading Scary expectations
I am working on my novel now. It took some days before I managed to begin, but now I have been sitting with it for the last five days. It feels good! Though one get tired doing it. Word-tired! Have to do something totally different to relax. Like taking a walk, or a bike ride. … Continue reading Working