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.


Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

I'm a one project at a time kind of guy. I'd confuse myself otherwise!

Ciara said...

I can work on more than one book, but I usually edit one while writing another kind of think. I can't wait to read some Diana.

Christy LaShea said...

I'm working on 2 projects now, however, it's not "active" work. My time is so limited, I have to concentrate on either writing/researching one or completely revising the other. Right now, I'm in revise mode. I'd love to be able to write full time and have all the stories going on - maybe one in outline or first draft stage, another just planning, another in revise. But that'd take a twelve hour day for sure. The family's gotta eat at some point, LOL.

Missy Tippens said...

It's tough, but I'm doing it. My main problem is keeping the names and physical descriptions straight! :)

sibi said...

We need to multi-task these days. And therefore, having two-three book projects at a time, is ok! I am also into more than one!!