working on As-Yet-Untitled fanfic. have been gnawing on this transitional scene, which is necessary and is a pretty good way of introducing several plot threads that will become important later on, but it's just feeling clumsy and awkward to write. after I get off work I'm going to try navigating out a skeleton plot and see if I can skip ahead, then go back and fill it in later--not a tactic that's worked well for me before, but maybe it will this time? the scene itself is fine; I'm just--gumming up on trying to put it down on paper. also, it's about to go somewhere I haven't plotted out properly, so again, that's something that would be useful to do at this point. favorite thing I've written so far today: "Please allow me to clumsily change the subject," he said, his smile widening to almost a smirk as he gestured to a nearby archway. (editing a given entry for stuff added on the same day, rather than making an entirely new entry, because REASONS) I've now migrated the current draft into a Scrivener document. I'll have to check around here to see if there's answers to a couple of questions I have about Scrivener. I can't help feeling that it's a far more powerful program than I really need, but enh--better too much than not enough. it's interesting to see how many words I've written in how many places. it's also interesting to see that I have NO FREAKING CLUE how to spell the word "dais."