I didn't get around to writing any of Catch the Rainbow yesterday, but I did sort some of the rest of the material into some sort of order. This one may not get finished before the end of August, but then again, it might ... The Life of Richard Cadbury was also neglected. I need to… Continue reading I published a book
... Catch the Rainbow! I thought long and hard, I considered my current workload, and I decided that I don't have the physical capacity at the moment to write something completely from scratch. That meant that three possibilities were automatically eliminated: The Beast Within, The Fool and Whitehorse Farm. This left Diary of a Pussycat (a writers' guide),… Continue reading And the winner is …
The time has come (the walrus said) to make a decision. The picture above is the short list of works in progress I'm considering working on next. One of these projects will be completed during July for Camp NaNoWriMo. But which one ...? From top left and going clockwise, the projects are: Catch the Rainbow, the… Continue reading Decision time
I'm really getting the itch to be writing again. I keep booking it in, but then I keep running out of time. I have clients that all have deadlines. And I manage to meet all of their deadlines. To the extent that the work keeps on rolling in – but I'm not complaining about that.… Continue reading I too should be writing …
October suddenly got busier late yesterday afternoon. But it's okay, I was half-expecting it. It's the new writing job I was in discussion about towards the end of last week. And it's only 10,000 words max. I can do this ... Yesterday started with me writing up the day's Pomodoros, as I hadn't had chance… Continue reading Wednesday 2 October 2019
Today I thought it might be a good idea to get myself organised. I have so many different projects on the go, it was time to weed some out. But before doing that, I wanted to put them into their own individual piles. Here is how my current Work in Progress (WiP) is looking (sorry… Continue reading Getting organised – so many piles of work!
I'm so excited, I always am when I'm about to start a new project I've been mulling over in my head. The plan was to start the new project in January, but sickness in us and various members of the family put paid to that. So then the plan moved to February, but then I… Continue reading When a new project begins
January has not been a great start to 2017 for me, work-wise. I've been lazy, unmotivated and easily distracted. I think the biggest problem was I didn't set myself a total word-count target for the month and, as a result, I've written hardly anything. I have had one book each in from two clients, one… Continue reading January round-up