Writing about Finding Dragons…

So tonight’s blog post was supposed to be about something from my actual book, rather than just me talking about how I’m either writing or not, and how it’s going.

However, as I composed that post, it just got more in-depth and more detailed, and I realized I didn’t want to rush it; I want to take some time to craft this first of what I hope to be many more well written explanations about some of the things in my fictional world, so that this blog can live up to its tagline.

Writing Dragons: Discovering the World of Finding Dragons by Jamie Lyn Weigt

There’s a lot in that phrase.  First, I have to write a book called Finding Dragons, so there’s something for you to discover.  And second, I then have to tell you things about that world.  It’s a bit of a tall order, but even though I’m off to a slow start, I’m determined to make it.

For now, here’s another dragon picture to inspire both you and I to keep writing, to keep working at meeting these lofty goals, to publish a meaningful blog post each day, to follow my chapter outline and keep working my first draft chapter-by-chapter, to stop making excuses.  It’s a dragon, writing.  A Writing Dragon.

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Tomorrow is Wednesday, and not only do I want to finish the post I’ve started, but I want to really dig into chapter four and the daring rescue I have to write, since I’ll only have ten days left before I have to move on to chapter five.  As the image I shared the other day said — no one’s going to write it for me.

What have I gotten myself into?  Well, I’m in for a crazy trip, that’s for sure.  But I’m buckled in and ready for take off.  Let’s do this.

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