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      CommentAuthorMorac
    • CommentTimeFeb 9th 2012 edited
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    Finally back in on this, which means my bout of depression is pretty much over. (The booze and Grant Morrison documentary didn't hurt matters, either).
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      CommentAuthorOsmosis
    • CommentTimeFeb 9th 2012
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    Missed another day ... It's a great spur. First target for me: ten unbroken days. Life does get in the way sometimes, but that's hardly an excuse.
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      CommentAuthorcjkoger
    • CommentTimeFeb 20th 2012
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    Ok, come Thursday, I am getting back on the horse. Let's just hope she doesn't buck me again.
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      CommentAuthorrazrangel
    • CommentTimeFeb 20th 2012
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    So I wonder about picking up again. Start again at Day 1 and just write what I have to write - that story I was telling myself in the truck, my response to an article I read, daydreams and navalgazing. Will that be so bad. What I don't, don't, don't want to do is post a laundry list of "what I did today." That bores me and pisses off readers. I suppose I shouldn't care about readers but it's so hard to drum them up.

    I feel... uncomfortable always writing fiction and moreso when I'm planning on posting it and it's part of an ongoing thing. Should I just note that I wrote it and leave it offline? I've done that before. No one cares. Arg a challenge that in the end isn't measured or observed, when it's just me left to my own devises, isn't that inspiring. Who cares if I make it...who care what I do. I don't know. Why is this so hard?
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    I've been struggling with the beginning of a book to a story thats been stuck in my head since college.

    100 words a day...

    This is doable.