The post-move turbulence affected the Wordwitch as well, and even though the pictures appeared regularly on social media, I missed the April compilation. But nothing’s lost! This month, in return, you get a double amount of the pictures. I hope you’ll enjoy them!
I love my beta readers. I love their feedback, no matter whether they react positively or point out some problems with my story.
But good or bad, a lot of feedback coming in can have that stomping effect sometimes. Mostly because I have to sort it all out and merge it, and then come up with solutions that will address the problems.
As this month I’m working on revising my fantasy romance (that gathered some good comments), I’ll have to figure out how to improve certain plot turns to make the story even better.
Do Not Disturb
Moving means being behind with everything, including reading. I still have some paperwork to sort out and other things to catch up on, but then I’m hoping to get some reading time. Not sure which book I’m going to pick, though, my TBR pile is huge.
And you? What are you reading at the moment?
Must Write Words
Sometimes a night or three of broken sleep can do you in, changing you into a functional zombie.
Yet, no matter the brain power deficiency level, one urge reminds strong…
A Matter of Perspective
Being “stuck” in the middle of the writing process can be daunting. But in the end, it’s a matter of perspective.
Last month, I “finished” the first draft of Myth-touched, and last night I finished a short story. Both will need a lot more work until they’re ready, but the feeling of having completed something is always great.
The Meh Monster
Writers fight monsters too. Sometimes they come in the shape of feeling “meh”. Sadly, it seems that this monster can’t be defeated, just chased away, so here goes my next round with him.
Recently, I’ve had a very sharp pain in my wrist, an addition to my usual pains that my doctor associates with carpal tunnel syndrome, so I’ve been taking it easy. It also means wearing braces at night, so I don’t sleep on top of my poor wrists, and taking more breaks from my usual activities.
Revisions can be slow and daunting, and I have plenty to do. This month I’ve been working on polishing a short story, and I still have that fantasy romance to look at, plus half a dozen other projects that need my attention.
Since revisions are much less fun than writing, it requires an extra bit of discipline to ignore that procrastigoblin…