An Old Project Made New Again

Today I got started – well, re-started – on a project that I first began a couple of years ago. I’m not sure why I got stuck with it, but I’m certainly feeling the flow of creativity now! My first step was to re-read what I’d written so far, and then I re-worked the introduction and added to it. I added 835 new words today, and I feel like I’m back in the flow of writing.

The project is a full-length e-book on creating and maintaining a daily spiritual practice. Last year when we did a survey of our Feline Dreamers subscribers, spiritual practice was the topic that came out at the top of the list. So I feel like our peeps will enjoy it, and that it’s a worthwhile project. It’s something I certainly have a lot of experience with and passion for, and my initial outline is pretty solid. For some reason, I guess I got bored with writing it. But now I’m infusing it with new sparkly energies, and I feel like the writing itself will be all the better for it.

faeriepalaceThat’s my big news for this half of the week.

I’ve also been doing some reading that applies to my goals (writer craft stuff, and a book that I’ll be reviewing for one of the blogs I contribute to). I’ve had plenty of good exercise this week, mostly walking and hiking. We built an awesome faerie house with a young friend and her Mom on one of our hikes! I’m mostly keeping up with blogging, and I’m enjoying being a ROW80 sponsor. I love reading about what everyone is up to, and how they keep themselves motivated.

Here are my mini-goals for the upcoming week:

  • Work on the DSP e-book at least 5 days.
  • With BlackLion’s help, finish putting together the Creative Inspiration Booster Pack (including picking a final title). Note: how does Opening Your Creative Portals sound?
  • Keep up with my blogging schedule.
  • Finish reading Pagans and Dreaming, then write and send my review.
  • Order copies of my first two books, for sale at events this summer and fall.

I wish you a wonderfully joyful and productive week of writerly work!


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