Journal


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Scope and a painful lesson learnt

After a week of reflecting on my novel's scope, I decide the re-write has strayed too far from my original vision.



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Weaver marathon no-more

I fall short of my self-imposed word-count and deadline for finishing Weaver of Dreams but decide I rather enjoy journalling my writing.



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Day twenty-one -- Weaver Marathon

21 days down and another important scene drafted. Sunday is turning out to be my favourite day of the week.



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Day fifteen - Weaver marathon

I'm still plugging away at the novel despite catching the bug the rest of my family had as well as having teething problems with my new publication process.



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Day Eight - Weaver Marathon

I fail to make up word count on the weekend thanks to a family event, sickness and fatigue. Oddly enough though, an interesting discussion over Sunday lunch made it all worthwhile.



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Sick of the Studio

What does a Metallica concert I attended ten years ago have to do with writing a novel? More than I thought, but then again, perhaps I'm getting sentimental in my old age.



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Day four - Weaver Marathon

Another 500 words and it feels like I'm finding my stride. Since I can't think of much to blog about, you can read an excerpt instead.



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Day three - Weaver Marathon

The slow pace continues, but I have written a goodly amount of notes and outlines. Oddly enough, they make me consider my own sense of the metaphysical.



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Day two - Weaver Marathon

I get off to a slow but productive start and contemplate the importance of forming good habits.



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Day one - Weaver Marathon

I kick off my 31-day marathon to finish Weaver of Dreams and commit to journal my progress.