Wednesday, February 18, 2009
Okay, well that doesn't sound as good as I thought it would, but it pretty much desribes what will be going on here over the next few days. I am nearly done with my NaNo project. I think I'm up to my last scene. So then I can start editing. Just throw it on top of my other editing projects. That would make three editing projects with high priority.

I hate editing nearly as much as I hate writing synopses. Oh, I have to edit my synopsis. I finished that yesterday.

Not that I'm complaining about finishing projects. There is a great deal of satisfaction finishing a first draft. Almost as much as finishing the final draft.

Now I'm in the middle of a writing challenge. I need to write at least 500 new words a day. So I guess I should find something to fill my time around my editing.

That's it... I'm quitting my job. I just don't have enough time in my day to do that and write.

I should be careful what I say.... it could come to pass.

There was mention of Monty Python over at
Marianne's blog. I must post one of my favorite scenes.

Warning... there is blood involved....

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