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Vacation is Over

Now that vacation is over (well, as of tomorrow) it's time to get back to work. For me, that means that as of today, I'm working on the next project. And, in response to the poll I put out, I will be doing the children's story about the house. pirateguillermo has seen the outline for the story and thinks it looks good. I've got about five projects lined up waiting to be finished, so my year looks purposeful.

Somebody - anybody - tell me what you're writing that you're excited about. I want to feel some communal inspiration!

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grrlpup
Jan. 3rd, 2005 05:33 pm (UTC)
I'm excited about revising my story about how having a good rival can be just as important as having a friend. I find revising difficult and mystifying, so I hope the excitement lasts. :)
kr8vkat
Jan. 3rd, 2005 05:44 pm (UTC)
Uh...my resume? No, I'm not even excited about that. I'm more nervous than excited about revising my 2003 NaNovel, but I am excited about a novel-in-progress workshop that I signed up for. I hope it is everything I want it to be.
blythe025
Jan. 3rd, 2005 07:18 pm (UTC)
Lots and lots of poetry. I'm trying to write one crappy rough draft of a poem every day in the hopes that I will have lots and lots of really good poems after editing.

I am also planning to write a screenplay, starting Feburary or sooner. I have been thinking about this one for a long, long time and I hope that I can actually get it out the way I want it, so I can send it off to producers and agents this year.

The novel writing will come in November.
feralboy2
Jan. 3rd, 2005 08:26 pm (UTC)
In addition to my horror novel trilogy (which has got my palms sweaty -- working on it later tonight and tomorrow), I'm rewriting the story that was the crux of my 2002 NanoNovel, FreakThing. It's a tale about a(?) cojoined twin that's half male and half female. It's done as a diary, by the male half, and last week I created a handwriting font to set the type in...
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