Procrastinating my writing by way of typecasting...
Hmm, maybe I'll have to do NaNo again next year too -- and maybe I won't get so many raised eyebrows, noncommital "Hmms," and snorts of disbelief!
A second year of Nano was worth it, if for nothing else, than not getting those crazy stares from family and friends:)
A slightly-early congrats, Deek, on a successful November! Interesting that folks regard this kind of dedicated creative activity as odd when they are willing to put in 40+ hours per week on a job! Hooray for you! :-D
Now that my son is a year old and on a better schedule I think I should be able to write nightly. I have always written better at night, more than likely due to my drinking career of years past (I quite more that 3 yers ago). Writing in the morning just never worked no matter how I tried.Best of luck to you on your schedule. I think I'll be posting more of my various daily writings on my blog as a way to encourage myself to keep writing. ...at least that's the plan!
Well, I will certainly be checking in on your blog, so hopefully that gives you a little motivation to keep at it.Yeah, I am not a morning person, even though I could get so much more out of my day. Post nano, I think I'll divide my nights to a little bit of typecasting or letter writing and then continue to work on finishing my novel.I may only get out 2-3 pages instead of my normal 4, but as long as I keep writing regularly, it will all come together...at least that my plan:)