Weekly Log – November 20 – Time Slip


was going to explain how these work log posts are becoming increasingly inaccurate because I was writing further and further into the future with each day.  As I write this paragraph, it is November 7th.  I’m that far ahead of my blog posts–which is exactly what I am trying to achieve.  I don’t want to be tied to heavy content posts while my family is here for Christmas.

Then I paused and reconsidered the purpose of the log posts:  To report on the work load and schedule of the previous week, so that you can see how time and life rolls throw writers off course, and how I adjust and correct course.

So I will stop writing this post now, and come back to it the day before (which is when I usually write such posts) and report on my progress then.


Last week was a “light” week — I tackled various site issues and updates and generally got a lot of work done that has been piling up over the last few months.  It was certainly a boring week.  I’m really starting to notice that I’m not writing, right now.

Now that I have spare time once more, I will do some fun writing — non-production work, that can meander, experiments, flash fiction.  Story development.

And not that I want to rub it in, but I also got all my Christmas shopping done and the tree up and decorated.

I am checking off my long list of things to do and my, does it feel good!


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