Excellent, thanks for asking. But I really mean all of you. How are you doing? A lack of relabable Internet connection has prevented me from blogging or even surfing the Internet lately.
I hear all of you gasp in horror. I know, I know. It's been like living in the Stone Ages or something. I wondered if I rubbed two wires together, that the Internets would come back (btw, it didn't work).
But never fear, they cannot keep me down! I will spread my cheer and love for writing and books even if I have to hold up a McDonald's just to use their WiFi. I feel sorry for my co-workers, since I've been talking to THEM about what I usually blog about. They are not amused by such conversations:
"Did you know that Nathan Bransford retired as an agent??? I know, the travesty!"
"Keeping your chapters around 2,000 words makes your pacing even."
"How do you balance your other priorities without letting your writing suffer?"
And so on.
Meanwhile, the WIP is coming very slowly. I have to remind myself to be patient. I am used to writing much more quickly, but in an effect to avoid over planning, there are still lots of things I don't know about the book. It's a little like jumping into shark-infested waters with only a knife, but I am still alive so far.
In other awesome news, I will be moving in two weeks. My husband will be back from training, and we will have an apartment together. I am virtually bouncing with excitement.
Yep, November's turning out to be a busy month.
What do you when there's other priorities that get in the way of your writing? How do you carve out the time? Threats or bribes?
How is everyone doing in NaNo land? It's still the first week, so spirits should still be high.