Current Project: Logger in Petticoats
Status: 48,000+ words
To the topic this month: Writing with distractions. Holy cow! I have had them in spades this year. And next year isn't looking any more promising. My daughter from Alaska and her three will be returning in January until the end of March. I love them and enjoy spending time with them but they drastically cut into my writing time. They don't mean to, but with an open air loft that I write in and three small kids playing. quarreling, and having to see what Grams is doing really makes it hard to write.
Then there's the part of me that can't say "no." I tend to do more things than I should. But I'm getting better at saying the "N" word. It's easier to do than shut out family.
From now until Christmas my goal is to write hopefully two chapters a day. One in the morning and one in the afternoon. I have to finish this book. I want it ready to do final revisions and editing the first week of January. Which means I have to get 30,000 more words written between now and then.
So wish me luck... and quit distracting me! ;)
*Note: Those are not caged animals they are my grandchildren. Who really do need a cage. 8^)