Take a Bweaf

I'm discovering that one of the best motivators to finish up a lagging WIP and limit your blogging time is to get a sparkly new idea that you are obsessed with interested in completing in a timely fashion.  This has been a unique start to a project for me in that I feel like I am watching a movie unfold in my brain, complete with gasps, jaw drops, and "oh-no-she-didn't"s.

Pulling it off will be something else entirely.

But first I have to whip my current WIP into shape.

So I'm just going to take a bweaf, dive right in, and get it done.

9 comments:

  1. Good luck! I have this problem too!

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  2. Thanks! I wish I was one of those people who just calmly wrote her 1,000 words a day rain or shine. Nope, I'm a spurter.

    At least I've learned I can't be both a spurter and a pantser. I have to plan and outline or it's a bust.

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  3. I love fresh, new ideas! Good luck!

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  4. Good luck with your new shiny idea. I love those. :)

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  5. Oh, love it when that happens! Way to go.

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  6. What a blast from the past was that video! Thanks for the smile!

    I love holding off my new ideas until I finally finish revisions--assuming that actually happens! :)

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  7. Abby, Elana, Terry Lynn--Thanks!

    Heather--Thanks for commenting! Yeah, I think I showed my age card there. :)

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  8. I love those old Sesame Street clips! Thanks for posting this.

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  9. Hoorah for shiny new ideas! And good for you for wanting to finish up the WIP first. I think a lot of writers fall into the trap of having loads of unfinished projects...

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