Why I’m Not Writing a Blog Post Today

1. I ate two donuts, drank a chocolate milk, and the sugar crash has left me a little lacking in energy, motivation, focus, and so on.

2. My new work-in-progress is far too engrossing. I’m working with a road map (a few index cards with scenes listed on them), but I keep getting surprised by the characters and where they’re taking the story. I’d forgotten how much fun a new draft can be.

3. I started Veronica Rossi’s book, Under the Never Sky, and it’s SO good. I didn’t want to put it down to do my writing this morning, but now that I’ve reached my five-page goal, I’m just itching to pick the book back up again.

4. Other than these few things, I don’t have anything to say, really.

5. And finally, after five days of nagging Z to get ready for school in the mornings, and hours spent reading and writing my own words, I’m kinda sick of my own voice, ya know? Both the speaking voice AND the writing voice. So I’m going to stop. Here.

6 comments

  1. Pete Denton · January 13, 2012

    A break can be good. Not as good as a couple of donuts but helps clear the mind.

    • Beth Hull · January 13, 2012

      Right you are, Pete! Thanks for stopping by.

  2. madhatter · January 13, 2012

    Ahahaha at the donuts comment. I almost had some chinese donuts delivered to my apartment today. =_= Still not quite sure how I resisted.

    Good luck on everything Beth!!! 🙂

    • Beth Hull · January 14, 2012

      Thanks, madhatter! Mmm, Chinese donuts….

  3. readingisdelicious · January 16, 2012

    I was good and had only a donut hole with cream filling instead of a giant cream filled donut (like I wanted) or a double dipped chocolate old fashioned (like I also wanted). I’m 20 lbs overweight and have no baby excuse like everyone else does. 😦

    • Beth Hull · January 17, 2012

      Good for you, resisting temptation! But don’t be hard on yourself, chica!

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