Nanowrimo 2009 – writers block
I know it’s National Novel Writing Month – so you’d expect me to be all abuzz over here on this blog I’ve dedicated to writing.
Well thankfully I’ve just been so busy writing that I haven’t found the time to blog. Till now. Till I got to about 24k words and I just kind of stopped.
So what’s happened?
Well I started strong, wrote 5000 words the first day out of the gate, and then I maintained about 2000 words everyday after that.
I had a loose outline.
I set up a strong writing routine.
I got rid of almost every other possible obligation.
And then upon hitting 21,000 words I started to slow down. I missed a few days and now here I am distracted by television and blogging.
So there’s really only one thing left to do – STFU and get back to writing!
Point being: if you can find way/reasons not to write, you can find things to write about. So get to it.http://www.samproof.tv/2009/11/14/nanowrimo-2009-writers-block/nanorwimo,routine,writers block,writing tipsI know it's National Novel Writing Month - so you'd expect me to be all abuzz over here on this blog I've dedicated to writing. Well thankfully I've just been so busy writing that I haven't found the time to blog. Till now. Till I got to about 24k words...SamProofSamProof firstname.lastname@example.orgAdministratorGoogle+ | twitter Sam Proof is an Actor, Writer and Filmmaker.Sam Proof