It’s that time once again. The moment where quivering writers crawl back behind their screens loaded up on caffeine and chocolate and seek out reassurances, commiseration or just a place to vent their fears. Join them–or maybe it’s us–in a virtual group therapy by clicking the link above. What else do you have to do? 😉
My issue to share is that of drafting. I’m currently in first-draft status of my second book, and I am progressing slowly but surely. But I have to wonder if the slowly part is the norm or the exception. Some people participate in NaNoWriMo and other equivalents at various times of year. I could not even come close to a complete first draft in a month. How do they do that?
So, what I’d like to know is: How long does a first draft take all of you?
Time for the news. This week the news is variable. Let’s start with the truly bizarre,well…because I wanna. 😉
This is a competition that I’d pay to see. Knights. Sword battles. I’m in.
And in science news, comet showers. Don’t expect a refreshing bath of water.
That’ll do it for me tonight. If you haven’t checked out the news that makes you think, laugh or just plain gawk, then step to it. I’ll see you again in seven.