A Difficult Writing Environment

Human Hand Writing Word 'Cold' On The Foggy Window. Water Droplets  Condensation Background Of Dew On Glass, Humidity And Foggy Close Up View.  Outside The House, Bad Raining Weather. Stock Photo, Picture

I don’t want to say it’s a hostile environment, because, after all, the robo-calls can’t get to me out there. But it’s gettin’ cold outside, and I estimate I’ll need at least another month to finish writing The Witch Box. I’ll need another legal pad, too.

This weekend I went back over the last 35 or 40 pages that I’ve written. I caught one howling inconsistency, but I can easily fix that when I type the manuscript.

I’m committed now to writing my way all the way through to the twin climaxes and the end of the story. Then I’ll go back and fill the hole I created when I jumped a few chapters ahead. Because I’m racing the calendar, other assignments will have to take a back seat for a while.

Time to go back out and work! I guess I’ll wear a sweatshirt under my jacket. “Sean from Discover” can’t possibly bother me outside.

See yiz in a bit.

5 comments on “A Difficult Writing Environment

  1. Well, it just seems that it is hard to find a suitable work environment sometimes, but the challenge is what makes it more satisfying when the task is finally done and you can feel relief.

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