Backing away from the daily sketching of 2015, to observe more slowly and acutely.
Interesting group of friends. (K)
Ah, so THAT’S how it’s done – always wondered…
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It’s all clear now, right Michael?
Absolutely. Magnum opus coming up!
Or at least a semi-comprehensible story.
This is hauntingly accurate portrayal of s writer’s mind!! 😳Nice!
Thanks, Charlie. This is exactly what I do every day in November.
I know! Huge challenge. How’s NaNoWriMo going?
Charlie–thanks for asking. I appreciate that. I was 300 words off as of last night. So I’m at just a bit of 18000 words. The story is going well, even though I’ve had to kill two characters I had great affection for. The guy I killed yesterday actually made me weep. Well, a little. I’m not sure if that is good or just plain weird.
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Sounds like you’re really on track though! That’s awesome! I’m so impressed by people taking that challenge. I have a few friends who’ve done it and it’s such a great accomplishment. And that’s not weird all!! Well, at least to a fellow storyteller. Lol That just means you’ve made characters we can care about! Nice! (Though sorry for the guy of course)
Of course–everybody loved him. So I had to kill him.
Good man…that’s how it’s done! Hehe
So how is the actual novel coming along?
Oh, never mind. Just read your answer to Charlie. 🙂
Yay I didn’t know you were doing nanowrimo!! Way to go, Kirk!!
Thanks. It’s a stretch every day.
It’s fun. I tried it in ’12 and got derailed because of something unforeseen – you really can’t have too many encroachments on your schedule if you want to see it through. But I did get lots of words written prior. One of the m/c kinda turned me off though. He was v real, but too creepy, so I didn’t pick it back up.
Have you been happy with your results (this year and in the past)?
So far so good. I really like a couple of characters. I always learn so much when I try to tell a story. Thanks for commenting, Laura!
Are you a discovery writer, Kirk?
Not sure if you’ve ever seen Brandon Sanderson’s lectures from BYU – they’re available online. You’re a professional, so you may not be interested, but he is funny and I found them enlightening. Good stuff!
I’ll take a look! Thanks!
Wow, I think this is also how to paint a perfect painting!!! Has something surreal, reminds me again of Magritte. I like this semi-abstract style! And again, the colors – so good! You really have a hand for beautiful color combinations!
Thanks Ann! You are very kind.It is abstract but it really does depict what my writing process this month.
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