1. elbow27

    elbow27 Member

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    Writing over Christmas

    Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by elbow27, Dec 24, 2012.

    As part of my effort to escape the festive season this year - it's a tough one for me for various reasons - I'm keeping my nose in the book I'm writing. I'm nearly finished and I think the bulk will be done by the end of the 25th. Then I'll spend a couple of days editing.

    Is anybody else spending Christmas in this way, or am I totally nuts?
     
  2. peachalulu

    peachalulu Contributing Member Reviewer Contributor

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    Not nuts! Can't think of a better way to spend the holidays. Sometimes too much drama is stirred up by the relatives
    so I find the solace of writing the very definition of my Christmas Peace on Earth!
     
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    This is a good oppertunity to write down all their behaviors. :D





    If you're writing at home, it's better than being on the road where drunk drivers are at;)
     
  4. elbow27

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    So true. I sometimes think writing is the ultimate escape, and the ultimate luxury. Being wrapped up in stories and words; how magical.

    Enjoy Christmas, however you choose to spend it!
     
  5. Banzai

    Banzai One-time Mod, but on the road to recovery Contributor

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    It's actually been more productive (so far) writing-wise than I've been for a long while.

    My wonderful girlfriend bought me a Nexus 7, and to my surprise it's an absolute dream to write on. So hopefully this prolific streak won't end with the tinsel and mince pies!
     
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    it's just another day to me, as i don't observe any religious holidays... or any, actually... so i'm doing what i do every other day... helping writers online and via email... and working on clients' projects...
     

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