Thursday, November 22, 2007


Just wanted to wish everyone a HAPPY THANKSGIVING. This is one holiday I truly believe in for reasons other than having a holiday: we should all take time every now and again to think about what we have to be thankful for.

Since this is my writing blog, I'll keep my thanks focused on writing. I am thankful that I have been able to sustain a significant effort on my writing over the past couple of years. I am happy that I have made real and tangible progress. I am happy that I finally learned to bridge the middle, complete a manuscript, play the external and internal conflicts off each other (something I'm still working on, but I did learn to do it in a meaningful way). I am happy that I have no shortage of ideas, that I choose to see the world as full of them, billions and billions of them all around us at every moment. I am happy that I do not suffer from Writer's Block like some others do. I am happy that I can type 100+ wpm and churn out large quantities of prose when I'm in writing mode (it saves time). I am happy for what each of the stories I've worked on these past two years has taught me.

I am happy about these things, and grateful.

Now, when I get my first publishing contract, I'll be really grateful!

Best wishes to other writers and aspiring writers for their continued progress and success,


1 comment:

Wynn Bexton said...

Enjoy your thanksgiving. I enjoyed reading your thanksgiving blog. I'm thankful for having these little communications with other writers and for being born with the talent to write. Writing really is my life. And I grateful for that.