Writing Journal 4.10.2021: Not a bad finish to March, but not the best

Not much to talk about, so I won’t talk much.

This fanfiction stuff is beginning to get a little more involved than I expected. I think at some point, I’m going to have to post a link to where I’ve been putting this stuff. I think there is still a little bit of bias against writers who do fan fiction. There still seems to be the perception that fan fiction is of inherently lower quality than that of conventionally published fiction, sometimes just because people do it for free. (I absolutely am not ever planning on monetizing that work.)

Right now I’m debating whether to do it now or wait until it’s a little more complete. Any ideas on what any of you would wish? I’ll think about it.

Other than that… not much to talk about. The teaching grind continues. There has never really been anything I’ve ever experienced in the workplace that has put pressure on me mentally. I’ll talk about it a little bit… after the year is over. (I promise to keep the cryptic comments to a minimum.

As for the previous week – it went better than the week before and was comparable to two weeks prior. I still want to write more consistently than I am doing on a regular basis, but I hope that I’m reaching for that this year.

Anyway, here are the stats, and I’ll leave it at that for now. I am trying to write some non-journal stuff for the blog, too. More on that later. For some of the new people who started following me, check out some of my earlier posts: they’re not bad. Good to see you, anyway.

Week of April 4, 2021 Statistics:
+5,264 words written.
Days writing: 5 of 7.
Days revising/planning: 0 of 7 for 0 total minutes.
Daily Writing Goals Met (500+ words or 30 minutes of planning/revisions): 4 of 7 days.

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