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4 years 8 months agoComments

Late last week I hit a huge road block with my writing.  I was writing along; everything was going just fine and suddenly an acute, unpleasant memory hit me smack in the face.  I knew I would be writing about difficult things in this book, it’s what I signed up for, so most of the big events I had thought a lot about before I started writing.  I took the time to analyze them.  But for whatever reason this memory slipped through the cracks and I found myself unable to continue. 

I gave myself a little bit of time to deal with what happened because remembering it felt like I was reliving it, and writing through tears is never a going to produce the best writing.  Finally, I’m ready to write again. 

Because it’s Monday, I’m really going to try to hold myself to my 20,000 words a week goal.  My boyfriend tells me I have a habit of setting unattainable goals.  He has a point.  Half of last week’s to do list carried over into this week.  Mostly because part of the one from the week before carried over as well.  I supposed this is bound to happen when you are attempting to run a home business, close an estate and write a book at the same time.

I’ll keep you posted!

Caitlin