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January 18, 2007


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I just wish I could work faster. I'll keep an eye out for that future post - you promised so you have to write it now. :)


I need to plot faster, not write faster. Always get hung up with my plots, not with my writing. For me this would be 'Plot faster!'


Lee — I'll get right to work and start researching.

Eric — Good delineation. I'll look into this, too, and see if I can find any "plotting faster" techniques.


Argh! Just one more reason to envy Cory Doctorow. I think I'll go read Overclocked and sulk for a while.


Hi Cavan — Seems you're not the only one; in Seth Godin's post, he writes, "Everybody wants to be the cofounder of Boingboing. At least everyone I know."

Would you like an antidote to the envy-sulking? Go work on one of your own short stories or novels. You'll feel better that you are making progress and be one step closer to done!

And thanks for visiting!

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