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Today Will Be A Good Day!
Sunday, April 16, 2006
So much for me getting lots of writing done yesterday.

I spent most of the day putting links into the directory part of the group site, a job that took a lot longer than I'd anticipated. Then, by the time I'd watched Dr. Who and done a few more of my paid website reviews, I was so tired I just couldn't concentrate. Two days out in a row is enough to knock me off my feet!

But today is going to be different. The site's ready to go so all I have to do now is wait for the other members to get blogging and join the discussion forum. I'm sure it won't be long before they start turning up. In the meantime I shall write. The sun's shining and I've a feeling the words are going to flow like milk when it boils over in the pan and makes a mess of the cooker - it just seems to produce more and more and takes on a life of its own.

I'm lagging so far behind my own goal at the moment that I need to write around 2,000 words a day for the next week in order to catch up. Whether or not I can do that remains to be seen but as I have no editor hanging over me with a deadline, it doesn't matter too much. Mind you, having said that, I suppose it's just as well to learn self-discipline from the start.

The couple of days I've spent away from the story have at least given me a chance to get used to the hero's new name and now I'm starting to feel that Leo actually suits him. What I have to do now is re-write a few scenes to fit in with a new layer of the heroine that I didn't know about before yesterday. It turns out her mother abandoned her as a baby, something she'd neglected to tell me before I started on her story. Oh well... it's all part of the fun, eh?

Posted by Sharon J on 11:26 AM   


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