1. The best cure for an intense aversion to the idea of ever writing anything again? Start writing.
2. Warning: This treatment may not be effective on a Friday afternoon.
3. I finished the overhaul of my first chapter that I was so absorbed with last week. I've sent it off to my critique group, and we'll see if they agree that it's looking good.
4. Returning to my revision where I left off wasn't as easy to get sucked into. But this week was kind of distracting.
5. If I were doing NaNoWriMo, I'd probably be really behind. Except that if I were doing NaNo, that in itself would keep me from falling behind.
6. It's Friday afternoon.
Good Stuff Out There:
→ Christopher Gronlund endured a really terrible movie to bring us Better Writing Through Birdemic: "Somewhere into the opening credits, which drag on and on and on and on, it hit me: people can learn some writing lessons from watching this movie mocked by the RiffTrax crew (or by watching old episodes of Mystery Science Theater 3000). The things they make fun of are the things writers shouldn't do."