Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Writer's Pen Wednesday! Scheduling Your Time

Hi! Today, I'm going to be working on what is currently called Writer's Pen Wednesday, where I discuss my curren WIP (Work-in-progress), as well as anything else I'm doing involving writing or reading (I've got some Blog Tours that I'm participating in August coming up, so stay tuned!).


So, this week has been all about the scheduled writing time. So far, I was able to write a decent chunk of my lated manuscript, because I got away from the computer, and wrote at my kitchen table instead. Without the TV to distract me, I was able to get a lot more done, than I normally would've (who knew that parents telling you to not study with the TV on would be right? LOL

Anyway, I was doing pretty well until I got a visit from the three Good-ish Kitties. Jane started out by sitting next to me, and then on the back of the chair, and my shouders, before settling in on the kitchen counter. Henry followed soon after, and wanted attention so badly, so I finally had to kick him off the table. Tris, feeling left out, settled herself beside me, and wasn't too much of a nuissance. Except she kept turning in circles. 

Regardless, I've gotten all three blog posts written for the week, as well as some stuff written on the book, just because I ignored Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, the TV, etc, and wrote. So far, so good, and I can now see why people frequent coffee shops to get work done. When I get my computer back from my uncle, I hope to start doing that, too.

In the coming weeks, I hope to share a little of how I write (music I use to get in the mood, how I keep track of characters, etc), and maybe even some insight into the book I'm actually working on. I'm a little leery of sharing too much, though, for fear it could get stolen. It's a valid concern.

Until Friday, people! I've got a delicious recipe for Independence Day!

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