Wednesday, February 15, 2006

Has anyone seen where I left my train of thought?

I can be so random in where my attention lands. Always tough to keep going with one big project over a span of time. I tend to be way too ADD for that. :)

Recently began work on a new fantasy novel, though not set in the typical medival europe fantasy setting, with your usual races. Mine is closer to a steampunk/just-pre-industrial revolution setting. Been a fun world to get into, though it has hampered the time spent here (as well as my exploring Blizzard Entertainment's wonderful fantasy World of Warcraft). :p

One of these days I'll figure out the key to harnessing my spazzistic attention and not bounce around so much. But I'll try and get on with the Krikicho and Och soon. :0)

5 Comments:

Blogger Camy Tang said...

So you FINALLY updated your blog!

Hey, your new fantasy setting sounds way cool. I'd love to read it sometime. If you finish it. Cuz you have to finish it, you know. You can't start something and then just leave it orphaned. Cuz then you'd be an abandoner. I think I just made up a word.

Camy

7:06 PM, February 16, 2006  
Blogger Gina Holmes said...

I'm not sure what I understood less, your post about "kirikicho"? or Camy's comment. :) Beginning a new novel is fun. To me, the best part of writing. Enjoy it.

8:45 AM, February 23, 2006  
Blogger Shannon said...

I'm still trying to get over them being large, sentient crustaceans. *shudder* Of course, they probably think HUMANS are gross, with all their soft parts on the outside ...

Wasn't there an Alan Dean Foster novel about that concept??

9:37 PM, February 28, 2006  
Blogger Shannon said...

Oh, and no comment about the spazzistic attention. *very big wide evil grin*

9:38 PM, February 28, 2006  
Blogger Tiff/Amber Miller said...

YAY! Someone else who lets weeks pass without updating a blog. Now I don't feel so guilty. And this means only 4 posts to catch up on. Phew.

I'm with Shannon. Spazzistic attention? You? Nah! *VBG* But if you ask me, I think almost all writers are like that. It's that cursed creative side of us that's flowing with new ideas, people, places, stories.

Harness it? No way! That'll ruin all the fun! :)

3:12 PM, March 12, 2006  

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