I’m so lucky to be an author. Writing allows me to tap into my creativity. It stretches my mind.
(It drives me bonkers.)
I can do a writing binge and type my fingers off attempting to put everything whipping around inside my brain onto the page. But, I can also have terrible bouts of nothingness where words Just. Won’t. Happen.
At my local RWA meeting, we were asked to write a goal that we would try to reach by the end of three months. I chose a goal I think I can achieve which means I didn’t go for something easy and I didn’t reach too high for fear I might just give up. Do any of you feel like that when you set goals?
So, this post is essentially my–> How I am going to achieve this goal (OHMYGOD what did I agree to do) list.
1st up: I will attempt to write 3 thousand words at least 5 days a week.
Next. I will turn off the television/netflix/streaming/tablet– anything distracting– from ten in the morning until 2 in the afternoon.
Also, I WILL NOT SELF EDIT each and every scene I write.
Finally, I will follow a loose outline– so I can’t complain about not knowing what the heck to write.
So, I guess that’s a bit out of order. I think I need to write the outline, before I start the daily word count thing.
Well, then, that should give me well over 20k words by the second weekend of April.
I’d take bets in favor of me completing this goal…and would understand those who’d want to put the money in the HAHAHA Christa you are delusional box. But, I can’t, I think that might be a conflict of interest. Plus, you should keep all your money to buy other things like books. Or just to save it, you know.
Now. It is time to settle in my comfy chair and close my eyes. And, hope a story comes into my mind.
Hint–it’s the Kan Asma Princess Anastasya’s story. And, it is going to be one helluva ride.
Maybe I will add a word count ticker, just to keep me honest.
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