SEA – 334 words, and plans

Now, that’s better, isn’t it? I’m learning to write on the run again. When I was in school, I was very good at snatching a few words here and there. It was, after all, better than staring blankly at the front of a lecture hall before class started. Or during class, of course. But when presented with the chance to basically make my own schedule, I tried to have organized writing sessions. Which is all well and good, unless I put it off until the end of the day and have to get my daily words out between eleven and midnight.

So today, I took my notebook (I’m forgoing the computer for this project as much as possible; too many distractions) with me everywhere and just got a line or two down whenever I noticed I wasn’t doing anything in particular. And behold the fruits of my minimal labor!

Regarding plans: I’ve got more ideas than I know what to do with at the moment. I’ve got something in the works for NaNoWriMo this year which might be something to send off to Torquere as well. I’ve got a couple ideas floating around that might turn into short stories to post here. And I’ve got plans for the blog and some regular columns.

Aside from wrestling with the computer too much today, I’m feeling pretty good. The next few months should be exciting for me. So stay tuned.


About Joyce

Joyce Sully lives in Southern California. She graduated from UC Irvine. She likes to knit and cook and play video games. But mostly she writes. Joyce writes short stories and novels, songs and poems, scripts and instructions to feed the cat if she stays out late. She has been spotted as far afield as Seattle, but travel makes her nervous. She believes in magic and dragons and ghosts, but is not convinced her next-door neighbors are real.
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