Things That Go Bump
Today I had someone trying to be supportive about my writing, specifically understanding how frustrating it must be to only be able to write intermittently, after having put it on hold for two years. I kind of liked the reassurance about me getting some free time to just dive back in to write in four years, maybe, if I still have a working computer, if I haven't dropped dead or thrown the external drive into a fire.
Over twenty-four manuscripts in various stages of completion on hold at last count.
Some of the drafts in early stages are 20,000 to 50,000 words. Other drafts are around 100,000 words.
A rough total word count at roughly 1,000,000+ words (I stopped tallying when I had to put something in the oven).
I get the feeling people who don't write really don't understand diddly squat *&%$ about how frustrating having to keep putting work on hold gets.
And some folks wonder why I'm a bit taciturn.
R.F.G. Cameron a.k.a. Sphinx
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