I have this weird thing. If I know I'm going to be bothered at all, I can't write. My mind will only work if I think I'm going to have the next hour or two open, no interruptions, no kids, no dogs, cats, neighbors...needless to say, I don't get to write much because that kind of time block just doesn't happen. So when I stumbled across Laurie Halse Anderson's blog about fifteen minutes a day for a month, I thought, hmm. Interesting. (http://madwomanintheforest.com/wfmad-day-1-welcome-to-the-write-fifteen-minutes-a-day-challenge/)
So I'm gonna try it. Also and conveniently, I am also participating in Camp NaNoWriMo this August.
Every day, I will write for fifteen minutes. AND. It might be about nothing.
It might be about something important.
Today, I am writing a blog post. Also, I'm working on my story, which is much more fun than blog posts. No offense.