Girding My Loins

        

I’m ready to wade back in there
and begin reshaping BIRD BRAIN’s opening chapters.

And then complete another (final?) round of revisions.

I’m equal parts anticipation and dread.


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Cue whatever music it is I need to hear right now . . .
                   

20 thoughts on “Girding My Loins

  1. Look, I’m on draft 6 on DC. And I know there will be a draft 7. (Draft 6 is getting some serious plot overhaul work.) We can do it. We can sheer each other on. Stay the course. Pick each other up. Share cake…woe! I didn’t mean that last one. I don’t SHARE cake with anyone. Sorry. You can ger your own cake and I can get my own cake and celebrate getting one draft closer to a better story.

    • I DID wade in. And I was happy with what I accomplished!

      I don’t listen to music when I’m writing, either. But I appreciated all the song suggestions to get me revved up. This is a great song! I’d never heard it because I’m not all that hip. (really. I know).

  2. Oh, dear! My brain has been so taken over by nursery rhymes and camp songs that the only refrain running through my brain is, “The ants go marching one by one, hurrah, hurrah!”
    MUST get me some better music. But I wish you luck regardless!

    • I remember those days, Amy. I still break out into Ladybug’s Picnic and such. The ants go marching is a fine tune. Got me into step….

      Thank you! And wishing you luck, also.

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