You can find out more about the group here. And don’t forget to check out the co-hosts for May: Eva Solar, Melanie Schulz, Lisa-Buie Collard, and Stephen Tremp!
I’ve also completed the 30 poems-30 days Poem-A-Day challenge for the second year in a row. This year I fell behind almost every week (much worse than last year). Until I reached the final week of April short 10-12 poems. So how did I make it? By spreading out the poems for the next three days like this: 4-6-2. So I wrote four poems one day, six the next and the final two on April 30th.
Next, I’ve completed the Warfare and Weapons of Ancient Egypt online class. And like I thought, it inspired some new world building facts for my Harbingers work in progress novel.
Now here are my worries. I’m tired, drained and occupied with moving my blog posts over to Wordpress (just have to copy over posts from February 2015 and up). That I can’t bring myself to finish revising the middle part of my Nadia work in progress novel. Even after brainstorming some great ideas to add more tension and suspense to explore.
Has anyone felt like this, as if they’d lost their writing mojo? How did you deal with it?
...This is really funny, or it must be fate. I found this post from Nina Amir on Write Nonfiction Now, You Aren't Too Tired to Write, which brings up some good points to tackle my latest worry. Do you agree or disagree?