Well, I’ll be having my last exam today before my semestral break. I’ve got no classes for about 2 weeks before I face a hectic summer back in the hospital and taking care of patients.
Luckily, I’ll be using these 2 weeks to de-stress and write tons. Hopefully, if my muse will permit, I need to reach half of my expected book length. This means I need to get about 6 or 7 chapters written in 14 days. Oh well, I’ll have to see where it takes me.
Be inspired everyone!
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I survived the month of February. It was a hell of a month. I barely had time to just sit and eat or sleep. Things went screwy and my stress was off the charts. Life kept backhanding me almost everyday. Well, I’m glad I survived.
Last month, I experienced, for the second time, someone giving me a book I’ve been wanting and being too busy to even just open it. Avid readers know what kind of torture that is, but hopefully, I can finally read it this month.
I finished the apparent 15% of one of my books in the works. I’m crazy for having 4 ongoing books all at the same time. This really defeats my rule to only having 2 ideas at a time. Oh well. It does help me defeat my writer’s block though, so it’s not so bad.
Have a great March.
Keep writing writers and future published authors! Stay inspired and always inspire.
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I finally got my WordPress app working on my phone. It took me months before I could even log in. My laptop has been a total pain in the butt, so simply surfing the internet is already a big task. I’ll hopefully be able to post more often now. I’ve been swamped with schoolwork and other responsibilities.
I still write every chance I get. Stay inspired in this chaotic world of ours and always inspire others.
How is everyone and your bubbling novels-to-be?
My novel writing for the month has been going well after two days. I’m doing my best to stay above the average number of words we need per day. It helps to stay on track, especially when there will be days I won’t be able to write enough. I didn’t really plan this novel I’m working on, but I’m surprised how easily the story is coming out.
Did you guys take a lot of time to plan it or are you just winging it like I am?
I’m just wishing everyone the best of luck and inspiration for this month of vigorous writing. It will be worth the challenge. Just believe you can make it.
Yes, every post is most likely to be about this ghoulish holiday, but I’m not really focused on that at the moment (maybe a little later).
It is also the day before NaNoWriMo begins and I think I will be joining and finishing. This is going to be my first attempt and I’m a bit shaken up. It’s all about setting goals and loving the idea you have in mind. I’m also not too keen on joining the threads and forums at the moment, even though I want to. I am fully aware of my old post on the anonymity of the internet and how it provides a free ticket to confidence and self-building for introverts, like myself. Honestly, I’m terrified with what reactions I might get if I post anything there. It’s childish, I know, but I still feel that way.
I know I gotta build up the strength to be more open to others freely. It will greatly help me in making friends and reaching my goal to get 50,000 words uploaded in my entry for this month long writing spree. I’m positive at one point (or maybe even more) I will be needing help and ideas. I’m hoping to get a great experience out of this. This will be hard for me to juggle with my classes, but I will get more done before school starts.
Is anyone joining NaNoWriMo? Maybe we can be Writing Buddies? My NaNoWriMo username is pagechanger22.
Now, on a different note…
Is anyone or everyone excited with Halloween? Do horror writers love this holiday like I imagine? This is a night of creativity and the sky is the limit when it comes to the written world. We see weird and odd costumes up and about and they may all inspire something in our creative spirits. I enjoyed Halloween as a kid and I still do. I now crave to stuff myself with sweets, but that’s not totally feasible. I could get away with it as a kid, but not so as an adult.
Happy writing for NaNoWriMo writers! The climb begins tomorrow! 😀
Always be inspired!