Tuesday, December 14, 2010

December Snows

Well, we're now almost midway through December. Nano has come and gone, and I didn't make my goal, which means I lost my Nano wager and I'll be doing some art for a writing buddy.

But I'm happy that I tried. November was one of my most productive months yet, and I'm now midway through chapter three of my current paranormal fantasy. I haven't done much writing since November wrapped up. But I'm reading, and plotting my book.

As I sit here, fat snowflakes continue to fall outside, and after lunch my son and I will bundle up and shovel another three inches of snow (rather, I'll shovel, and he'll pelt me with snowballs). This holiday season is definitely feeling very Christmas-y, with the daily Lake effect snow we've for several days now.

Things are slow with my writing groups as well as we all try to juggle work, family, holidays and writing, which ends up being a good thing, since the snow has firmly put me in hibernation mode.


1 comment:

  1. Need a beta reader? I'd love to see where you're going with the novel. I flopped spectacularly at Nano this year; not sure what I was thinking. Didn't have an ounce of spare time. BUT! The writing bug is still gnawing at my unmentionables and I've been considering getting warmed up with some *gasp!* fanfiction. Just to work out the kinks with no pressures, no expectations. Then, hopefully, the Great American UF Novel won't feel like such a weighty prospect. It'll just...floooooow...

    Great to hear you've had real progress! Hopefully, once the holidays have come and gone, I'll have time for progress too. Later, lady!