Closing in on the end of February
You would think that with all of the bad weather we have had this month and all the extra time off I’ve had this month that I would have had plenty of time to work on my writing. Right?
And I did have time. But I used that time doing other things, like spending time with the family or working on other projects that I have going. It’s not that I don’t want to write. I do. I just find that I have a hard time getting my self to sit down to work on it without something like NaNoWriMo.
Fortunately, next month is around the corner. Why? NaNoEdMo. What’s that, you ask? National Novel Editing Month. Though I have not ever participated, I might try to this year. The objective is to spend 50 hours across 30 days working on editing your novel. That’s about 2 hours a day with a 20 minute break. Sounds easy enough, right?
And if that’s not enough to tickle your writing fancy, the following month, April, is Script Frenzy, the script writing companion event to NaNoWriMo. If you have ever wanted to write a movie, a TV series, or even something for the stage, then this is the event for you.
As for my reading, I have found Anna Kerinna to be a very difficult book to get into. It hasn’t drawn me in the way most books do, so I have been ignoring it. I need to get back on track and finish that one. Only have 900 more pages to go. Yay.
Good luck with your own writing!
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