I've sometimes found it helpful to change writing projects once in a while to recharge the creative juices while I do revisions. The problem is that I then get distracted from the main task.
Here's the new solution. Speed poetry -- speed recharge -- 15 minutes and judging from today, it works (for me).
I sort of got the speed poetry idea from Lisa Chellman's Poetry Friday post of July 11 with a John Keats sonnet he wrote in a 15 minute contest. Well, I knew a sonnet was out of the question -- getting literary takes me toooooo much time. I can get a bit goofy, however, spontaneously. In roughly 15 minutes, half my AM commute, I had writen eight lines about........Stop Signs. (Pretty goofy subject.) That left 45 commuting minutes during which I made good progress and I think the charge will easily carry through tomorrow and beyond. 15 minute recharge every few days sounds good and goofy poems as a byproduct!
Happy Release Day for TUT: MY EPIC BATTLE TO SAVE THE WORLD - Yay! It's finally here! TUT 2, formally known as *TUT: MY EPIC BATTLE TO SAVE THE WORLD*, is officially out in the world! I am so thrilled to share the con...
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