Being sick apparently takes away your writing time, as does procrastinating and staring at a blank screen. #surprise
Okay, so I knew this. But I didn’t want to??? I wanted to assume that HAHAHA I CAN WRITE WHILE I’M SICK because that totally doesn’t require you to use your brain at all AND PROCRASTINATING = WRITING am I right or am I right.
Today’s Writerly Update includes my experiences with Camp NaNo and NaPo (so far), along with some horrible snippets and worse poems, and an update on how [bad] my magic story is going.
*Please note that I am sick and therefore my thoughts may be a little jumbled, and this post may or may not have a sucky featured image.
I don’t usually read contemporaries. So then they all decided to attack me.
I first thought contemporaries were all drama-y and not that interesting to read. (Save the school drama for school please.)
But actually, contemporaries are smol little beings that 1) are unique in style and voice, 2) talk about and address modern issues, and 3) are almost always deep and meaningful. Meaning not your school drama type of book.
So after realizing this, of course I have to go and read some fantastic contemporaries.