Despite your best intentions, I have learned that intent cannot compare to emotion. Both excitement and disturbance upset the emotional balance necessary for writing. Writing must be like growing for a plant. If your pH is out of whack, you produce, but at greater expense of effort and the result will not be as it should. Writing comes from emotion, focused emotion.
What is throwing me out of whack? Well, I'll share the positive. I had a job interview on the ninth. Then I had another scheduled on Monday, and it sounds like a sure thing. I'd say I'm about 90% hired. Perhaps would have been 100% today if everyone wasn't snowed--or iced--in. It is a part-time job relating to writing.
Even good changes upset your balance. But, finally, this week I had time to think on the Walker Universe, and I believe I have shortened the number of books in the series to five. This is quite a change from my once-upon-a-time, fanciful ten. Today, I hope to resume work on it.
In the meantime, I am also brushing up on grammar from basic to advanced in preparation of my job's start date. I have good working knowledge, but it has been a while since I thought in terms of subjects and objects and all that. It is time to start; it'll be good practice. You may see a few posts on this, dissecting some of my own writing into its grammatical components. If they are of help, great. If not, I hope after this week to start truly writing again.
Thanks for your patience, but if I do not see you again, Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays.
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