What I’m Currently Working On

Ok, so over the last week I really haven’t worked on much of anything. One of my loveliest friends from the city came down for a visit so naturally I was focusing on showing her around and having a bit of a vacation myself. I feel pretty good about the fact that we had a movie day and I got a huge chunk of my Mom’s birthday present finished (I handmake 95% of the gifts I give people). I’d post a picture of her gift but I’m wanting it to be a surprise and my Mom (occasionally) actually reads this blog (usually when I guilt trip her about it).

But, joking aside, over the last month I’ve been feeling pretty good about my productivity level. I go through phases where all I can do is stare at a blank page and know what I want to say but have no idea how to say it. I know that it’s easier to rewrite terrible sentences than it is to edit nothing but it’s still a challenge. Professionally I’ve been actively writing two manuscripts, Samhain Sorcery and the sequel to a yet unpublished manuscript that I’ve mentioned in previous posts. I’ve also been plotting out another two novels, one about a Genie and another one that will be my first Science Fiction novel. I’m pretty excited about that one.

I’ve found that as I change as a person I need to change up my methods. I used to only focus on one project at a time. Now I need to maximise my time efficiency, so I’ve started working on different projects on different days. It seems to be working for me so far. I’ve found this helps when I have writer’s block. I can switch temporarily to another project to inspire me. Spotify has been my best friend during my writing time lately and I love that they have such a wide range of music.

So that’s all I’ve got to say today. Now, it’s back to writing. How do you increase your productivity when you’re feeling uninspired?

Published by bforresterbooks

Indie Author. Lover of all things supernatural, witchy and magical. Obsessed fan of The Wizard of Oz, Supernatural, the works of Tolkien and the Harry Potter Universe. You can purchase my debut novel The Kingston Chronicles at Amazon.

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