Not so much my writing, but my pacing.
Sometimes I can go through writing (Longhand) short stories, and putting them up here for you guys to read— or for anyone really.
But when it comes to the longer stuff (Writing a script for Chris, writing the next block of a book I’m also doing longhand) I find myself either doing quick burst of work, and just leaving them behind. Every now and then I’ll return to one or the other.
I don’t think the work could be over filling my head— because how could I be writing short stories, but still thinking of plot points and beats that move it along. I think its my pacing.
Usually the old promado method works well, but lately, I’ve been having trouble with just keep writing— no breaks, just write.
And when I look back, I’ve written so much that I find myself drawing a blank— so for the prose wise— I’ll be literally seeing how long It takes to finish a block.
The first block— which I should type up and send to an “editor?” which is really just a friend— or an acquantence, or maybe a friend— Idunnaknow. She needs to read it— but I it took me like a month and a half to do it. There would be like days straight where I wouldn’t write, and then I would.
Maybe I’m voicing this out, because I just need to. Besides, it gives you something else to scroll pass, when your looking at all those funny gifs.
But anyways— I’m trying to space out my writing. Yesterday night, I got at least 5 pages written for a series that I really want to build up with, with Chris. Meaning I won’t let it be seen til we both believe it is as best as it can.
Tonight, I’m going to freshen up a script for one of the dumbest ideas I’ve every had, in hopes that it’ll woo Chris around. It is the epitimy of an action movie on steroids while doing blow.
Tomorrow will be long hand prose.
This served as an Update on my life as well I guess.