Monday

Unwritten-Encourage The Journey

No matter what we are doing in life there are struggles. Mondays will be our day to talk about what was left unwritten last week---and then offer encouragement for the following week.
And if everything from your previous week was written—let’s celebrate!



Well last week flew by! And Saturday I flew to Seattle to hang with my nephews and niece so my brother and his wife can have a grand time in NYC. So I hope to write LOTS of words on my current wip. I read an interview with Diana Gabaldon last week. She says she has more than one writing project going on at all times. When she gets stuck on one, she just goes to another project. And this keeps going. I'm not sure I can work on more than one book at a time. What about you?
How were you encouraged last week?

PS--If you're interested in a short Bachelor recap from last Monday night episode and a short post on song themes while writing your current manuscript check out my Monday post HERE.

Unwritten-Encourage The Journey

No matter what we are doing in life there are struggles. Mondays will be our day to talk about what was left unwritten last week---and then offer encouragement for the following week.
And if everything from your previous week was written—let’s celebrate!




Whoo--It's January!
It's 2012!
It's cold in Georgia today!
After a few days of almost 70 degrees, I don't think we are getting out of the 30's today. I'm glad I'm staying in.

Seeing how this is the first post of 2012, Encouraging The Journey could be quite long. Lots of things to accomplish! But I'm still focusing on a weekly time basis here.
This week I have blog posts to write, and I need to work on my current novel, Rich In Love---I took a holiday break and hope it doesn't take me too long to get back into the 'mood' of the novel.
How about you? Did you take a break over the holiday? Did you work right through it? I know people on both ends of the spectrum and in between. I'd love to hear where you fell.