I know I’m going to focus on blog posts again for NaNoWriMo. I’m going to get ahead on this someday. I hope.
So I’m going to just post something every day until November 1 so that sitting down and writing will be just a thing that I do by then.
What’ve you been up to lately?
I’ve been working, mostly. I went for a walk on the Riverwalk on Saturday. It’s nice that things are cooling down a bit, so that I have more energy for exploring.
I’m going walking with Ray on Wednesday. That’ll be nice. We haven’t seen each other in months.
I’ve been waiting for Nowhere Bookshop to open, which it has, and I’ve been there three times so far. I certainly plan to go there again in the future.
Wow. I had to take a potty break and now I can’t remember what I was going to write next.
Oh! I was at the gym and a song came on and my brain briefly felt like it felt back when I was writing fiction. I didn’t have any actual, like, plot or characters or anything, but a journey of a thousand miles begins with the first step. So that’s encouraging.
And I really, really am thinking about putting AdSense ads on these pages. I’m not 100% sold on it yet.
So, until then (and likely afterwards, as well), we have our Gratuitous Amazon Link. Today we have The Glass Sentence, by S.E. Grove. I’m sitting here trying to figure out where to start. The world has been fragmented across an unbelievable number of eras and no one can figure out what year it was when it happened. From our heroine’s point of view, it happened in 1799. In the eastern half of the United States, it is the 19th century. The people who were in Southern Canada, however, are gone, and the land is as it was during the ice age. It’s all very intriguing and took me a while to figure out. Definitely worth reading, though, or I wouldn’t’ve posted it here.