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While I don't have any idea where this story goes past a certain point, I do have an idea of how I'll construct it. No, even that's too general. How I'll frame it. What my framing device will be.

I also added up word counts from all the Google Docs I have on Lady Christina, and (including warm-up words) I have 15,000.

Once Lady C is out of the way, I can get back to John and Penny.

Funny how hard it can be to make yourself sit down and write for just 20 minutes, how so many ephemeral other things seem to put themselves in front of that in one's priority list. "Can't write 'til I clean the kitchen." Well, why not?



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Jun. 6th, 2012 08:37 pm (UTC)
Yay, for writing. Good luck, I hope it continues to work for you.

I've tried writing on a schedule but I rebel so much nothing gets done. Very sad. ;)
Jun. 24th, 2012 02:58 am (UTC)
I must have overlooked this comment!

I have found that limiting it to 20 minutes keeps both the rebel-by-procrastination impulse and the defer-until-important-things-are-done impulse at bay. I still don't do it every day, but I'm getting some stuff into documents that otherwise wouldn't happen, so it's a net positive.

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