Sunday, November 8, 2015


I am writing a book.
Mildly putting it, it is a daunting task ( to use writers' lingo).
I can barely make the amount of required daily word count.
No time to; reread what i wrote, know my characters, no suggestion of some sort of plan, and then there is keeping organized, barely time for that. The characters keep going off in directions i don't want them to go going into some sort of main stream, them wanting to be stereotypical, where i have to rewrite their adventures to have them be totally beautiful uniquely their own selves.
In down time i read Bill Bryson. NOT GOOD i love his book so much , it makes me laugh so much
It makes me feel useless, even trying.
One of his lines i just read, that made me crack up:
"All that is required of you is your willingness to trudge"
Yes Bill, that is easy said when your in the woods. I am good in the woods,
Not here, not on this totally unfamiliar terrain
 of writing a book.


MFH said...

Trudge, trudge, trudge. One foot in front of duh udder. A journey oof a tousand myles begins wit duh foist schtep. Quit yer whinin' and git tuh work!!

Anonymous said...

From mind to hand to pen, not that difficult really.

Jozien Keijzer said...

Ah thanks you guys that really helps:(

MFH said...

Well then, how about *this?*...

MFH said...

Awesome photo!