Fellow author Aaron Bunce has issued a challenge: write every day for 30 days.
I saw his post on Facebook about it. I ignored it, as is my wont.
But then fellow Writing Lad Dennis Green saw Aaron’s post, promptly signed up for the challenge, and called me out to join him.
But here’s the thing: as the Facebook group came together and people started sharing their goals, I got kinda excited. And this morning, I had a new idea for the shape of the plot for The Sequel. I think it might even be a good idea!
Now, I’m not saying I’m suddenly going to finish the book (what would “suddenly” even mean in this context?), but at least I have a new direction to explore. That’s something I can do for 30 days, right?
We start tomorrow. I’ll keep you posted.
P.S.: I should also note that the Great Lennox Randon has been steadfastly encouraging me to get back to work. He has ideas and strategies galore and I must say that if he were writing The Sequel it would have been done long ago. Heck, The Sequel to the The Sequel would probably be done, too!