Hello, Readers! Welcome back to another Thursday in the crafting hobble that is my home.
It was a rough night in this house between a bloody murder screaming two-year-old and a one-year-old that believes he has had enough sleep at eleven at night. The only one fit to entertain him at that point was this Nana and she did so until four in the morning when he was finally ready to take a small nap.
All that being said, I am late getting this blog post out as usual. I really am trying to get on a better posting schedule and get back into the swing of things.
NaNoWrimo is coming up in just a few short weeks. I was discussing with the hubby man on if I thought I could participate this year and I worked out how I could actually manage to do my writing this month and prep for next month. The real thought is, can I push myself enough to do what needs doing? I’ve been struggling with that as it is when it comes to just writing this novel.
Now, we are talking about balancing both plotting and writing. It would be an interesting thing and might help me keep focused on where I’m headed. I tend to do way better work when the time frame is tighter then if I have an entire day to get my writing done.
I’ve thought about writing something else for NaNoWriMo so that I was not only breaking up the hard push for this series in my mind, but spreading my wings a bit. So much so, I had thought about pantsing that month. However, that doesn’t always work in my favor. If I did choose to pants it wouldn’t be on the Treaty of Dragons series, but rather something else. There is too much I need to keep track of in the dragon series to simply pants it.
While, I still haven’t come to a full decision I do need to get started on my word count goal for the second novel in the Treaty of Dragons Series. So, while I work on Poisonous Revenge, tell me, do you work better under pressure? When your time to do some of your projects is more limited? Or, do you work better when you have larger gaps to work in?
Everyone has their own methods that work for them. So, I’m curious to see how others work.
Until next time, remember to L.O.L. (Live it, Own it, Love it) or it isn’t worth doing.