Hey. I did the writing thing today. It's been hard work sticking to a writing schedule. But I discovered if I leave my house, get away from my desk, depart from distractions of a ringing telephone, a full email box, and a very friendly next door neighbor, I'm able to write.
Today I got up, showered, blew dry my hair, dressed like I was going to a real day job, and left the house, in search of a place to park my butt in chair and write. There is a Starbuck's near where I live. I don't dare reveal the road or route it's on, because that's my secret.
What I will tell you is this: I discovered that four hours in a in a crowded, noisy coffee shop produced more writing than four days working from my quiet home. Chapter 7 is written, though it is a rough draft.
I managed to eke out and type up an article for a doctor's website.
It feels good to know that today I got a little writing done.
And oh, yes, one more thing. My website? Griefcase.net? Well, it was honored today at Suzanne Lieurance's, Build Your Business Write
How lucky can a writer get?
To Suzanne Lieurance: Thank you, wherever you are, for your encouraging words.
To BookOrBust Readers: What about you? Did you get a little writing done today? Why not do what I do? Pick up a pen and write something. Go ahead. I dare you.