Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Light spilling in

I have two chapters, maybe three, and an epilogue left to write to complete a first draft of the book I'm working on. Some parts are really good but I'm not so sure about other parts. Hopefully I'll be able to suss that out in round two.




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  1. Whoa. That's fast and furious, no? I hope you get some down time soon before the editing begins!

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    1. elizabeth, not really so fast I've been working on it for a while now. and as you know well the first draft isn't nearly the end of it, just the start of the next round. but to have a full view of the story is pretty exciting.

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  2. Congratulations...I hope the editing goes smoothly.

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    1. e, the editing rounds cash be fun; the hardest part for me is getting down the whole story.

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  3. And you can see the light!!
    Amazing, woman. You are an amazing woman.

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    1. mary, i can see the light! although this morning i wonder if my estimate was too optimistic!

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  4. Woo hoo! And what glorious light it is! (By the looks of that big beautiful window!)

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    1. Steve, that window is beside my favorite seat in a cafe where I got to write sometimes when I feel stuck at home. It's always good to see a changing tableau of humans yet have none of the distractions of home.

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  5. I've just caught up with all your amazing posts and now I just want to chat to you about them all! First of all congratulations on the progress. I've been thinking a lot lately about that post you did a while back about not having blogging inspiration. I have the same trouble when I'm writing elsewhere. Only you seem to have broken through it. What richness! The poem struck me hard. I love the window. I calm my brain with crosswords sometimes. Just learned cryptic ones, which feel more worthwhile somehow than sudoku. I wanted to say much more but I must sleep. It's after midnight now. x

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  6. I'm not sure how much work I'd get done with that window to gaze out. So lovely. Been getting in trouble for daydreaming out windows my whole life :)

    So happy for your progress and cannot wait to read anything you write.

    Sorry so absent, I got busy and then I had not a thing worth saying or the energy to try for a bit, but I'm coming up for air now, maybe, just a little.

    Miss you too :)

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  7. I imagine getting the whole story down is a good feeling. and I agree, that window is great.

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  8. The view is beautiful! I can only imagine how wonderful it would feel to write a whole book, and hold it in your hand.

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