Thursday, May 21, 2009

May 21

Someone once teased me about blogging- my answer was talking every day is not a problem. Finding something interesting to say-well...

I worry that I repeat myself. But in the writing business there are long stretches where not much new happens. Right now I have ten pages of the next project written. 20 pages of revisions to another project done. I'm reading a critique for someone. Plus living life.
I hope that's not too terribly boring for you. What really interests me is what happens on the other side of my window. What your life is like. What issues are important to you and your world. I try to read as many blogs as I can each day, but sadly fall behind. I've read some great blogs this week on time management. LOL I'm not even going to go there. I have enough on my plate. But I can pass the links on to you if you're interested. Cheers!


  1. AHAHAHAA! Talking too much isn't a problem for me either!! No wonder I enjoy blogging so much. But, yes, I also worry about finding interesting enough things to say, because there are just so many writer's blogs "out there", most of which give such professional and excellent advice I wonder about the worth of mine. But - at the end of the day - my blog is my way of reaching out to other writers and I can only do that if I'm "me". And that's what's so nice about your blog, Nancy: I feel I know "Nancy the person" as well as "Nancy the writer".

    As far as time management goes, from 1st June, I'm determined to keep to my plan as outlined on my blog. (but until then I'm going to enjoy as much blogging as I can!!!!) :)

  2. *Smile*

    Thanks Ann! That is exactly what this blog is for. Enjoy your blogging time!


  3. I admire that you are disciplined enough to write a post everyday. I wouldn't worry about the 'interesting' issue. I've read most of your posts for the last couple of months. Quite a few have been interesting in their own right. But more than that you reveal a little about yourself and your personality in your posts. Anyone who reads them gets to know you a little better. That's admirable too. And interesting.