Get back on the horse and finish plotting.


I've got more plotting done but still have another day of plotting left before I'll be happy to start writing.

Just a short one today.

We all stumble, we all fall, and sometimes we all just need to take a break. Taking a break is healthy... as is falling as I outlined in this post.

But when you get back on your feet and dust yourself down it's time to get back on the horse.

I spent day 10 finishing the synopsis and filling in the chapter headings for LS00. I've gotten behind due to our short break away at the weekend but I'm still aiming to have LS00 written by day 14. I've got another day of plotting and then I can start writing on day 10.

Why all the time on plotting? As I mentioned before I'm a plotter and without a plot my writing losses direction and I lose motivation. As the old saying goe: "If one does not know to which port he is sailing, no wind is favourable." I need to know my port dammit! So I plot my pants off (pun intended) and then write. I'll probably leave the blog for a few days so I can start reporting on my word count.

If you're struggling to get back to writing... or to do something you really should be doing... get up, dust yourself down, and get back on that horse :)