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Update: September 2021

Umm, okay, now where the hell did August go? Time just keeps slipping on through our fingers. You blink once and suddenly three weeks have passed by. I hope this isn't a side effect of getting older (spoiler alert: it is).

Writing Projects

While I haven't been super active with writing and editing this month, I have been super active with plotting stuff. Brainstorming ideas is a full-time job, guys, come on now. I'm gonna get back on the wagon eventually. I hope. Maybe. Let's not make any big plans. I still have two books to push out and a collection of poetry, so there's that stuff to look forward to over the next year or so.

Personal Stuff

September has come and I am now enrolled in school again. How fun for me. This means either less time to focus on writing projects and ideas, or somehow it means more time. I think I function better the busier I am, so being swamped with work and school might actually end up being a boon for my writing.

Last summer, during the initial reopening when I went back to work, I wrote like a mad man, possessed by the spirit of Ernest himself. Maybe I can channel that same nonsense again his time around. Only time will tell, but until then, wish me luck on my studies.


Word Goal: 5,000 words.

Writing Total from August: 584 words.

Next Month's Word Goal: 5,000 words.


See you next time.

Have a good wander, friend.

— d.i.richardson

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