My creativity, well most likely my life, is being super squirrelly. I'll get these great ideas and I'm excited to do the work. The words flow out of me and onto the page. It feels me with joy and struggles to capture it all. And then nothing. I slam into my own back hole. I've never had this happen to me before it's like I've been robbed of the sun.
Maybe this is because I've still got other pieces that are in various stages of pruning and shaping that I can't seem to focus so my mind keeps wanting to wrap up the other works first? Naw, that sounds like an excuse. So how do I keep my eye on the long-term goal of getting the actual writing down and finish a project?
Well, I do know of one thing NaNoWriMo is around the corner. I've been wanting to do it for a few years but I've normally been neck-deep in editing when November has come around. So this year I'll make sure I'm pumped and ready to write starting November 1st. I love me a good deadline so this idea works with my goal-oriented brain. So between here and November I'll make sure I've got the structure of what I want to happen and the characters a bit more fleshed out than what I normally have before I start writing and see how it goes for me.
To the plan,