KeyboardI’ll be offline for a few days, hibernating with my laptop. I’ll emerge to report my first week’s NaNoWriMo word count early next week. In the meantime I expect my fellow Wrimos will be busy accumulating their own numbers in my absence and my non-NaNo’ing friends will be pursuing all the wonderful weekend things that will make me envious when I hear about them.

::no, that’s not me complaining, just heaving a longing sigh::


Published by Carol

A freelance writer of fiction and non-fiction living on the West Coast of Canada.

12 thoughts on “Hibernating

    1. It was fun… while my husband and son worked on some cabin renovation projects I was free to write steadily, stopping only for meals. It’s amazing how the words accumulate when you just keep writing and don’t stop!

    1. I’m not sure I’d call it discipline. It’s much easier to devote large chunks of time to writing when there simply aren’t any distractions (except maybe the view… I did take several pictures as I always do there). There’s no telephone, no TV or internet… just solitude. It’s a perfect place to hibernate — my personal writing retreat. 🙂

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