Monday, June 22, 2009

Set Free

I need to get back into the habit of blogging when I’m home from the day gig, so’s my day gig won’t get hissy about my writing on their time (good point). But in the meantime, snatching a few moments here and there to write a few sentences—in between all the stuff I’m doing that’s technically also not part of my job, but something that’s expected anyway (!)—doesn’t seem to be totally a wrongheaded idea. I am, after all, encouraged to write in my Performance Journal about various things I accomplish, how I feel about changes in my job, etc., etc…

Suffice to say that, for now, there’s a new sense of freedom in the editorial cubes. I’ll elaborate in more detail later, but for me, the last post I did that was work-related (see the “missing genes” posts for explanation) was in itself an epiphany that has really, really helped move me into a new place in my writing career. I’ll talk more about this later…

Also in the meantime, check-in would be good. What’s everyone working on? What’s on the horizon? What’s your biggest gripe of late? Any really really nice writing achievements to brag about?

Write on!
Janny



1 comment:

Deb said...

Working on: contemporary, A ROSE IN LATE OCTOBER. Going along well.

News: DAMAGES went to publisher. We'll see. ANGEL WITH A BACK HOE will come out as an e-book 10/1. Sheaf House is working on a cover for SEASONS IN THE MIST.

Irritations: day job. Auto-no responses from publishers. Humidity in the 110% range. Other than that, life is sweet.