- I see things in my other writing that I feel the need to add, change, delete etc. Now I have a new character in Scarlatti, Sjorn, a romantic hero who just blew me away. I had a tune in my head, and eventually I had to sit down and try figure out the words. Hence the arrival of the handsome and brave archer from the cold seas. Man, I am so in love with this strange character that has just stepped into the book (and into the last place anyone would expect to find him) and given me a serious timeframe issue. So writing is now a all-day occupation. Wonderful!
- My creativity has gone through the roof, and I suspect I may be a little loony
- I see connections in the story because I’m not worrying about the grammar
- I write faster, with less concern about the words being good enough
- I am writing for my own pleasure, and loving every minute of it
- I don’t care about much, except coffee and making sure the dog’s water dishes are full [heat wave and drought in SA].
Sorry, I’d love to stay and chat, but I’m just so excited to see what is happening in my parallel universe. Please, please tell me about your NaNo experience — Good or bad?
PS: Can anyone tell me how to get GOOD Word to JPG conversions, not like the crummy stuff I’m currently stuck with?