I have health concerns that are an issue, along with other concerns that can interfere with goals. Yet the goals I intended will be met, and my writing will be seen.
I sure plan for the next year to be better than what’s been preceding it. There is great writing I plan on releasing to the discernment of judicious readers that I want for followers. This year is ending with a doozy, with a serious fall and injury and crises preceding this and coming after it. But already I see better things coming.
I figure it will get tiring to follow my troubles that become obstacles to doing more for my writing, though I meant to attract some with how passionate I am with my creativity. I am evidently accident prone, and just yesterday had serious injury with a fall. I had to have quite a bit of attention for it, and can only take it easy now. I will then come back to more being done with my writing, soon.
Now I am dealing with another difficulty in doing as much with my writing. It is with less access online, with the difficulty I have with the device used for it. In times past I wished to get involved and try my best with NaNoWriMo. Now I can simply forget about it. There is enough for my writing on my plate, and I have to still worry about getting other access to use.
Other writers blogging can give advice, I am not good for that, where I am, I look to theirs too, but deal enough with my own circumstances, still wanting to put out great writing I know already will come from me. One great work is just waiting to be wrapped up with submitting it, I have to work that out.
I now am certainly making duplicates of the text of stories that I compose, religiously. Any one thing might be unexpectedly lost. Though it is not likely on one occasion, with enough time going on continuously depending on where writing is saved, it becomes more certain loss of text will happen. I suffered loss of a lot of text before, and wound up writing new things for what was lost and couldn’t be recovered. It was not like I hadn’t lost text before, of messages that were to be sent. But I thought I was doing better with not just losing things, with the text I wrote as drafts saved when I had composed them. It is understood most certainly now one place is not enough for saved text, it should be understood.
On great hard and even bitter lesson for a writer is to unexpectedly lose a great deal of written text. The lesson taught is to always, with no exception to anything of what would still be used, save duplicates as backup. And where text is in a draft, it is much better to use what will save it only with the selection to save appearing for that to be confirmed.
Now that this publication is out and a bit more of my writing is submitted for publication, I am focusing on writing more, with competitive writing and what writing I do for involvement in a longer epic of travels in unexplored vistas, rather than just lose momentum.