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Saturday, January 09, 2010

Distractions

If I could simultaneously read and revise and edit all my books at the same time, I so would be doing it. I get so distracted by the others--not necessarily in a bad way, just in an "I can't wait to work on this more!" way.

I figure that I'm on vacation for the weekend, so I'm allowed to read whatever I want for fun and not edit, right?

4 comments:

  1. Yeah, being able to relax is priceless. When I finish a piece I usually take a few weeks off. It's gloriously refreshing.

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  2. Relax? I don't know the meaning of that? :)

    Seriously, since August I've either been revising my own work, critiquing someone else's or writing Book #2.

    But then again, I hate not having something to do. So it works for me!

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  3. I don't really like to take that much time off-- I like to jump into the next thing and keep working forward. I hate the idea of losing momentum, but a weekend here or there is nice.

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  4. Of course, if you don't relax you'll freak out and end up crazy. Relaxation is okay, in fact I'm pretty sure it should be mandated that over every vacation someone figures in a relaxing day. Don't go to crazy with the freedom, but enjoy it.

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