I'm resisting every temptation to up LiqCour's update speed so you guys can be where I am. I've one more day of work before I can sit down and crunch out the rest of the next episode.
I've also been thinking a lot about this 2019 story that I'm spinning around in my head (I'll note it as GP henceforth). I tried writing it before, but I was spinning my wheels and getting frustrated it. Writing an outline to try and get my thoughts in order wasn't helping either. I was writing, what I refer to as, "key scenes" instead of an actual outline. So I have that sitting off to the side, and I'm using that as a reference point.
One way I've managed to counter act this frustration is to just pick up random prompts and quotes and just start writing things based off that. Straight from the head and no editing. I've even been dipping into my old oneshot theme challenge thread to help with the blog. Right now, 90% of these exercises have been done in my head, but when I actually set to writing, I forego my usual standard.
I've been using Q10 and Cold Turkey for free writing, so I've found that I'm able to focus. Plus, I have JotterPad on my phone, and that's also just a nice little pocket writing dimension I carry with me. I like Q10 because it has the typewriter sounds that I miss so much. I put on some metal, big band & swing, or some other tunes, and just lose myself.
Between LiqCour and GP (and another secret project), I've been keeping myself sufficiently busy. I'm still struggling to write horror, but I've been dipping into the tag here on Tapas as well as studying some horror media on YouTube (please ask me my current fixations). Who knows, maybe I'll revive The Book Club to tell you all some of my favourite Tapas creations.
Alright; I must away to work. Talk to you all soon.