So today’s prompt is about stories. Quite convenient, really, as I just posted an interview with the main character from The Price of Mercy.
Revision work continues. I got absolutely nothing done on it yesterday, but I managed to eke out a few paragraphs this noon while on my lunch break. I wish either a.) that lunch breaks were longer so I could get more done, or b.) that someone would pay me to stay home and write all day.
Since neither of those things are likely to happen anytime soon, I guess I’ll just have to keep plugging away a few minutes at a time. Don’t forget to check out Charnele’s blog and see what stories she’s into. Happy Friday, everybody!
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5 thoughts on “Photo Friday: Stories!”
Maybe you could write a little faster. The only problem is that when I do that my writing becomes even more illegible than usual.
Ah, yes, faster. I tried writing faster once. It didn’t work well. Or rather, it did, but then I had to stop, and getting started again proved a problem. 🙂
I know what you mean about wishing writing was all you had to do, or there was more time. However, the fact that you actually sit down and attempt to revise is quite amazing to me. I always put off everything, including writing, and revising, and query letters.
And I love the notebook you revise in. It’s so pretty. Do you write with a technical pencil or pen?
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Thank you! I do love notebooks. I actually do all my writing longhand, not just the revising part, and I use a mechanical pencil because I can’t stand messy copy (even though my revisions occasionally have the odd proofing mark or two when I can’t be bothered to erase and rewrite a whole page). 🙂
I put off a lot of things, but writing is one of those things that must be done. At the moment, though, it includes more revising than I’d like – I want to resume querying in January, and I don’t think it’s going to happen at the rate I’m going.