Now that we’re in the middle of the round, it might be a great time to look over our progress and see if what we’re doing is working for us. If you’re like me, pure pantser, yet struggling to keep track of it all… maybe you might want to take a page from Fallon Brown and try corralling that chaos.
You have to do what works best for you. Some may say so much organization will wreck creativity. But without it, I can’t even focus enough to tap into that creativity. — When Chaos Descends
Be true to what works and doesn’t… you can’t fix problems you don’t see. Be “who you are” not what you want to be, as Elizabeth Mitchell says:
…let your voice ring true through all your writing, both on the blog during Row80 check-ins and in your longer creative writing efforts. A passion for a subject lights up the core of the writing done about it, and is mesmerizingly attractive. — Be Who You Are
You can do this. Just let us know at the linky: