Friday, June 16, 2006

Work Day

Today is a work day in the old Waterfall household. I have a lot of editing to do, plus my own writing. And, as always, George is waiting silently but impatiently in the Inner Sanctum for this evening's practice session.

I've started doing The Artist's Way again. I finally decide to pursue this big fiction-writing freelance career, and all I've done is perfect my avoidance techniques for the last two weeks. What gives? No clue. The Artist's Way has proven a successful tool for "unblocking" in the past, so I'm walking down that road once again. It's a cool book because it can be re-read and re-worked numerous times. I'm hoping TAW isn't just another avoidance technique. I honestly don't think it is.

In fact, I did some pretty good writing and thinking as a result of the "Monster Hall of Fame" exercise this morning. That writing and thinking led to a big of word-sketching, so ... who knows? Maybe something will come of that. I also realized a few important things ... but no need to go into that here.

For now, I have a Real Editing Job to tackle. Later, folks.

No comments:

Four Months Later ...

It's 8:04 a.m. Normally at this time, I write in my journal for about an hour before starting my day. It's not the most exciting jou...