Went to the library a bit late, but wrote 800 words. Then added 300 words later, at home.
This made me think that I will probably not write these reports every day. I know some writers do—Dean Wesley Smith, for example, who has been doing this for a couple of years, I believe.
But for myself, I don’t see much point in it. I planned to do these reports to create some structure in my writing, especially in the places where I need it. But if a writing day goes as planned, what to talk about?
That’s why I think I’ll be reporting mostly on Wednesdays and Saturdays/Sundays, namely the days when I struggle with having measurable goals and reaching them: in editing, translating, writing short stories, and publishing stuff. In these areas I need to find ‘my thing,’ and here I need accountability I was thinking about when starting this series of posts. Therefore,
Change of Plans
I will report only on challenging days, which, I hope, will let me to find out what is challenging and how I can fix it.
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