Wednesday, January 1, 2014



Sorry. Fangirling. Yeah.

Anyway -I should have posted after I won the NaNoWriMo - which I did. So yay! Not so much yay is that the book is not done. We're only about halfway there. So that's, you know, boo. :( 

I usually eschew New Year's Resolutions. Nobody ever keeps them. Only the fitness centers truly prosper. And they are helmed by the evil or the insane. So I won't call it that. I just really want to get back to my 2009 level of dedication to my writing. I don't seem to be able to do that "write/edit" every day thing. And I know that is what is necessary. And it is fear that keeps me from it and overpowering the joy that writing usually gives me.

So I won't call it a resolution, I just want to fall back in love with my own writing, the process, the adventure. It's felt like work. And not good work These are all things I've said before, and I have had things like "why are you still bothering?" kinds of thoughts going through my head. 

But without writing, I don't got much. So that is why I still bother.

I would also like to try and do 2 blog posts a week. Wednesday and Saturday sound good to me.

And..... lastly.... fangirling of note.... SHERLOCK LIVES! SHERLOCK BEING BROADCAST ON BBC TODAY!!!!!!!!!!

*runs away, flailing and falls down*


  1. :p

    This year I've decided to work on habits, not goals, and one of the habits is, of course, writing every day. And posting on my poverty blog twice per week, and my other blog once per week. (So that I beat you out for the most blog post award on the WPR :D)

    One way for us to reach our goals is to be accountable to someone else. With that in mind, if you don't report every week, I'll hunt you down. K? :D

    1. haha! You got it! :) Ohh, maybe I should write my daily word counts on my blog posts, too. :) I like this idea of habits rather than goals. I am totally going to be posting in the weekend progress report as wel!

      best of luck to us in our goals!

  2. So... did you enjoy the 3rd season?