My Indy Journey – Day 10


Posted On Jul 10 2014 by

My Indy Writing Journey

Okay, I’m home again. Writing on the road wasn’t easy, but I think I pulled it off. Though I’d prefer not to travel with both my work PC and and Macbook. Not to mention Ipad, Kindle, iPhone (personal), Droid phone (work).

It’s amazing I make it through airport security at all.

Today we didn’t have to be at our customer until 9am. So, being set in my ways, I popped wide awake at 6am. Instead of lolling around hoping to fall back asleep, I hit the keyboard. Okay, I lolled for ten minutes before hitting the keyboard.

Here are today’s stats:

Now I Knew You – 2,088 words written. 17,063 total (avg. 1700 words per day).

Camp Dogs – Fast Edited 2 scenes. Up to 48 of 93 scenes.

Scorpion Summer – Did a character interview for my 11 year old girl. Still mulling over names for her. I only do a page or two for these interviews.

Feeling good! To be on the road for three days and write well over my daily goal is something to be proud of. You have to be flexible you know.

Until tomorrow…write big or stay home.

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Last Updated on: July 10th, 2014 at 7:47 pm, by Ron


Written by Ron

Just about everything I believe has been shaped by the written word. But books don't force a belief; they stir the imagination so that you, the reader, eventually draw your own conclusions. We grow richer in spirit when we read, deeper in our understanding of the universe and our role in it. That's why I read. That's why I write. To offer you a bit of myself. Come along on my journey, won't you? There's plenty of room.


2 responses to “My Indy Journey – Day 10

  1. As a nomadic writer, I can relate. I’m only now reaching the point where the amount of notes and diagrams are getting to be too numerous that I actually need a desk, but I still prefer to carry my main notes around through the day and I have a whole bunch of travel packs for if I’m going on the road. Whoever said travel is not inspiration for writing? Why wait until you’re back at home to get it all down? I’m a firm believer that it’s hotter when it’s fresher.

    • That’s the theory, John. But for some reason I get exceptionally lazy when I have a hotel room all to myself. I think it’s a 40something dad’s equivalent to Disney World.