Weekly writing check-in: Morning rainbow

A little more progress this week on Coffee and Ghosts, not to mention this rainbow out the back deck this morning.

My ankle is so much better, too, surprisingly so. I’m hobbling around the house and garden reasonably well. Our eggplants and cucumbers are flowering, and we have tiny peppers and tomatoes.

Right now, I’m looking at ways I can get more writing done during the week. Oddly, working from home doesn’t translate into more time for writing.

When I went into the office, I wrote during my lunch hour, away from my desk. That was my mental trigger for: now it’s time to write.

I don’t have anything like that these days, and it shows.

This week’s goal: figure out a new writing trigger/ritual.

5 Comments

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5 responses to “Weekly writing check-in: Morning rainbow

  1. Marge Simon

    Please do find a trigger habit for your writing while at work and after!!

  2. Judy Harvey

    Hi Charity! Question…..what happened to the “Tea and Sorcery” series you were going to write?? I saw an old posting, looked for the series and…nothing! That’s like dangling a carrot! Lol! Love Coffee and Ghosts series!! Thanks, Judy

  3. Hi Judy! Well, I got to the end of the first book and realized that I’d written the wrong story. I still like the characters and have a notion for what I might do with them, but what I wrote just didn’t work. So, it’s simmering on the back burner for now. That happens sometimes.

    Thanks for stopping by!

  4. Marge, I’m trying. I’m trying.

  5. Judy Harvey

    Hey Charity! I am glad to hear, there is still hope! Lol! Thanks, Judy 😃

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