Wednesday, June 28, 2006

Bad author, no biscuit.

Really, Sara, you are slacking on the job here. Not being entertaining and witty seven days a week. Tsk.

The truth is, I have trouble being entertaining and witty two or three days a week. :) I mean *I* like some of what I write, but then I do that writer-who's-read-too-many-craft-books things and thing "Am I writing darlings? Am I going to be too stuck on myself to change anything?" And I stress. And it's a vicious cycle.

Yes, I know, I know, I missed the inspirational picture of the week. It'll be back next week, honest.

I finished the second round of edits for The Dragon Undone last night. Once they're finished, I can announce the release date I get, and hunt down someone at VistaPrint to tell me why my cards aren't here yet. Grr.

You'll notice that I added another word meter to the sideboard over there. That's for a Halloween book for Cobblestone. I'm writing a semi-connected book with my fellow Musketeers Loribelle and Shelli. Only those two have already turned theirs in, I think. So not fair.

I tell you what, there's always someone to catch up with. :)

4 comments:

Chrysoula said...

Oh yes, I do the same thing. I always feel really guilty when I write something I like a whole lot. If I like it, something must be really wrong with it. Something insidious, invisible. How can I fix a problem if I can't see it?!?

Sara Dennis said...

Exactly! There's that little voice at the back of the brain that says, 'Pfft, it can't *really* be that good.'

The trick is learning how to answer back, 'Oh yes it can.'

I'm not there yet. :)

Silma said...

I heard about the joint-combo of you three little witches writing stories. *lol* I know Cobblestone is going to love them! I can't for October to read them. *g*

Tempest Knight said...

Can't wait to read what you three are cooking up! *g*