I end up on my blog.
I know it’s bad when even Facebook and Twitter hold no allure.
So I decide to read instead and can’t enjoy the story for one of two reasons:
a. Constant, unintended copyediting caused by my week in the editing cave OR
b. I fall into the ‘this is great therefore my writing sucks’ trap.
I think I burnt my brain out this week. Or possibly this could be the reason:
(Click on the picture for a link to the poster – it’s from the merchandise site of the lovely people who run NaNoWriMo )
I’m sure the voices will be back soon. Undoubtedly around 3am in the morning.
As if I don’t have enough to do, I have decided to start blogging too!
In between running a home-based business and looking after three children I somehow find time to write.
I took the plunge this year and completed NaNoWriMo (for the uninitiated that is writing a 50,ooo+ word novel in one month). It was the kickstart I needed and I am now editing my novel, determined to finish what I started.
So Eternal Vigilance, a YA paranormal romance is looking for a home. More on that to follow…
I’ve been spending a lot of time hopping around blogs and have found some fantastic resources, some of which I will share on here once I work out how.
Meanwhile, back to editing editing editing. When I have time.