Saturday, March 20, 2021

365 Day's Writing in the Void: Week Three Wrap and check-in


Week Three 


 I feel pretty drained this week; mostly, the story isn't going the way I want it to. I had hoped that it would be done by now. What I'd thought was a quick little story turned out it isn't and is actually a quite large world, which is fine. I needed something to hang the library story on.

    I figured out how to use bloggers' obnoxious word processors better.
I must say it is very obnoxious, but once you know how to use it, it is manageable. Though it does slow down your writing, which is annoying because if you don't write in it, there are so many glitches to fix that it gives a headache. I'd rather just write in it and deal with the writing speed decrease. 

    I've been participating in live youtube writing sprints; some are more effective than others. I, however, think that I'm going to go on some downtime after next week. 

    My medical condition is acting up pretty bad, and I've had pretty bad vertigo all this week. I missed Monday and have just felt off the whole week. 

    Well enough whining. 


    The wrap-up is 10 chapters 16, 872 for the week drafted words, only on prompt 4 this week, though I did have some plot ideas for prompt 3, which I added to the notes for when I started working on it again. 

    Prompt 4 is up to 35, 409 words. I've gotten to the halfway point. I just need to get them past a few more obstacles, and we should be in the home stretch unless some pesky plot issues pop up that I wasn't expecting out of nowhere. 

    I hope that you guys are enjoying it.

    Take care. 

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