I realized I need another quantum leap before Christmas arrive and there is something that will change in my strategy. Ok, I have been writing, following a NaNoWriMo month, but it has gone slowly. I also got myself a part-time job in the art world from January.
These are absolutely great, but not at the pace I need to get myself into the next phase.
And in the middle of everything, I need to find a home.
So, what should I do?
Apparently, “However, when you commit to an enormous goal that far exceeds your current capability, willpower won’t solve your problem.Rather, you’ll need a new environment that organically generates your goals — a context that forces you to become more than you currently are.Once you design the right conditions, your desired behavior naturally follows” as I quote here B. Hardy 😉
I just singed up in National November Writing Month, and it feels so great to announce a novel in a month! Since I have identified the fear of publishing as one of my biggest ones, let’s see how it goes now that I have taken this step.
So, my novel is starting, a sequel to a previous one, and let’s see how it goes!
I already have a title and I am to write every day. One Month, One Novel.
here I am again! It has been a week I went to Edinburgh for an artistic project that went well. Among other things, such as the Edinburgh castle, I visited the Elephant House, one of the cafés which pride themselves to be associated to Harry Potter’s creator, J.K. Rowling.
It felt inspiring to be there with all those elephants and imagine the famous -now- author being immersed on her writing with a cup of coffee. Isn’t this lady an inspiration? Apparently she tried to make this coffee last as much as possible to stay the longer possible.
Because let’s face it, cafés are good for writers, they get to be in and outside their bubble.