I suck at social media. I really do.
I’ve been on Twitter for almost a year and a half now. In that time I’ve amassed a grand total of sixty-nine followers. (Suddenly I’m thinking “amassed” is perhaps not the best word to use…) Continue reading “On my digital footprint”
I can’t believe that it’s already the halfway mark of National Novel Writing Month. While I’m not yet caught up on my words, as you can see from the image below it’s going much better than it did when I had made my last update.
For the past few days I’ve been managing a daily word count of over two thousand words and I’m catching up. At the moment I’m wrapping up the climax of the first act of my novel after which I’ll have to do a spot of planning again to incorporate the new ideas that have popped into my head while writing the first twenty-two thousand, which will include coming up with names for a couple of new supporting characters, but I don’t foresee any major problems and I hope to be caught up and maybe even ahead by Friday. (By the way, that’s one horrible run-on sentence I wrote there, isn’t it? I hope none of them have made it into the novel thus far.) Continue reading “On the half-way mark”
As you may or may not know, last night I had a job interview in another part of the country. Because I was in a silly mood and wanted something to do while waiting for my flight to be called at the airport I decided to tweet the whole adventure. In case you missed it on Twitter and Facebook, here it is for your enjoyment, now with added commentary and pictures (for some reason my picture tweets didn’t want to go through – captions with pictures are as I remember the original tweets, but probably not the same at all) and including replies on Twitter and Facebook.
Continue reading “On my job interview – a twitterventure”