After suffering for the past few months of writer’s block, I believe I have begun to break through and piece words together again. It was sort of like having writing laryngitis, if there is such a thing.
Twice this week I was able to add over 300 words to the work in progress. It is a start.
Our challenge this month for my local RWA Chapter is small bites.
“How do you eat an elephant?”
“One bite at a time.”
That’s what I have been working on this week, though my blog posts seem to suffer from putting my bites on my wip instead of the scheduled post. But I’m here now and that is all that counts, right?
So, for my ROW80 check in for today I can report that since Wednesday I was able to add 1k words to the work in progress. Not too shabby for someone suffering from Writer’s Laryngitis.
I remember many years ago, when I had come down with a very bad case of Laryngitis while I was working for Ames Department Store as a customer service representative. Part of my job was to answer the phone. How funny is that when you have laryngitis? I had to have someone else take my place that day. Customers thought they had reverse prank calls. It was funny. You had to be there, I guess.
I haven’t had laryngitis that bad in years. It was kind of weird too. I didn’t have a cold, or a sore throat. Though, it was very cold that winter. It may have been due to the dry air.
How is your writing going?
Have you been having trouble with Writer’s Laryngitis? I like the sound of that better than Writer’s Block, don’t you?
Stop by and share how your week is going. I’d love to hear.
One more moth to go until Spring arrives!
I can’t wait!
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