To tell you the truth, I don't feel like writing. I've been writing in my journal. That's good. But I've dropped my novel. That's not so good. I think after thirty days and nights of writing (and then some), all I wrote was the back story. There's a hole in the plot in the middle and I haven't reached the end yet either.
I have 63,700 words of ... meh.
Oh, well. I plan to get back to it. After....
...which may be as good as "never" if you read my post yesterday. Right now, my priorities are to walk every day. And I have some goals at work that I'm focused on right now.
I've walked seven days in a row and it feels good. Last year - or maybe it was the year before - I walked every day for about 150 days in a row before I missed a day. I'd like to do that again - see how many days in a row I can go.
The work project is quantifiable and has an end point before my next big project which won't start in earnest until mid-February. Theoretically, that gives me January to work on the novel some more.
So in answer to my question yesterday, that's what I'll be writing in January.
What about you?