rs" could mean so many things. All of them bad, but all of them helpful in terms of publicity).
Anyway, I've been fighting the inevitable, and today -- I am choosing to embrace it. I. Am. Outlining. Chapter by chapter. Character by character. Plot point by plot point. The whole lot of it. It's not how I generally work, and not how I like to work, but the life lesson here is this: If how you generally work and how you like to work has gotten you nowehere, you may want to make a change. Unless Nowhere is the place you want to be.
Lesson learned. But just know this: I'm going in kicking and screaming and hoping to make it out alive.
My writing room wall is now covered with fresh, bare white poster board and I am armed with my index cards and highlighters and markers and post-its.
Bring it on, Left Brain.I don’t believe in using words like “Never” and “Always.” That said, I will never be a skilled user of emoticons. And I will always rely too heavily on the “LOL” and the “Haha” in most of my electronic communications, just to make sure people don’t mistake my sarcasm for angrybitchy. Even when angrybitchy is precisely what I’m going for.