I am feeling better this week and it has been a busy week with doctors appointments and trying to get my chores since I got behind. That’s the reason there was no Wednesday podcast.
Are we losing our privacy? Are we giving away our family privacy to big tech? Here’s my link of my latest podcast episode:
Here’s my latest episode of my podcast:
To finish my manuscript
Read 8 novels this year
#anemia Today was the last iron infusion for 2021! I survived all 5 iron infusions! Later, I am going to try writing again. #amwriting #amwritingfiction
With my iron levels being low the past few months, I have stopped writing. Now I am getting my iron infusions; I have a desire to write once again, which is a good thing. #amwriting #Anemia
My latest podcast is available, I talking about Dune the movie, and here the link below.
Last night, I edited two chapters of my manuscript. I am starting to get immersed within my story again, and that is a very good thing. Since I have been away from it. It’s also good to have distance away from the story, looking at it with fresh eyes at the material that I have already written to help find the errors and make sure that the plot is understandable to the reader.
One thing I realized from being away from my story so long is that I need better notes; so I know how to keep things going on within the plot with the new changes, and some of the ideas that I had previously thought about before I became sick. I’m hoping the new software that I using will help with that in the future. And I did make a lot of notes in my previous draft and that is helping quite a bit.
The plot is strong and my cast of characters is developing nicely, but there were some changes that I wanted to make within the story, and I just haven’t found those notes. What I wanted to do is coming back to me, which is a good thing. So what I have learned about this is that I need to make well-detailed notes or have a better outline for future manuscripts. Because when I do get sick it does take a lot out of me physically and mentally, and I need to be prepared for that.