It will be so full of ideas, fun characters, crazy action and snappy dialog that no one will notice it has no plot. (Of course it has a plot, I just don’t care about that part). And if I follow the Dunnett Plan, a plot is just a way to get me from one awesome set piece to the next; those parts of the story that you go back and re-read because they are so funny, or mysterious, or moving, or scary or just plain action-packed.
1000 words yesterday. I can’t see the floor to my room, and I don’t care. Write every day while the world burns? Same as it ever was. I’ve gotten through every bad day before.
This is a completely different kind of February. I’m used to feeling blah, and I don’t.
I wonder if I can get Jeff to take me shopping when he wakes up, there’s not anything I want to eat in the house right now.