Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Multiplicity.

Now that I've started writing regularly again, I've had four or five writing ideas in the last week. It seems to be feast or famine for me when it comes to good ideas for stories. I'm trying to write at least some notes for each of them, but I'm so bad at note-taking.

Each of the ideas is so different, there's no way I could make them part of the same project. So far I have the novel I've begun (which is two separate stories entwined), a series of short stories based on an album, a scary short story about a crazy mortician, and enthusiastic rewrites for the two stories I wrote towards the end of last year (I really want to get back to submitting to short markets, ASAP).

I've also started working on a new business venture along with my current contracting job and I'm meeting with the art collective every week, so overnight I've become a very busy girl. I want to push forward on the novel, but I want to work on all these other things too. It's a little overwhelming, but I'm up for it.

I think.

3 comments:

Sophia Richardson said...

Ain't that always the way, you wait for a bus then two come along at the same time? I think being immersed in the creative aspect makes us more open to ideas, I'm certainly not complaining.
- Sophia.

Lynn said...

You are 'in' it, inside the bulb of creativity, seeing so many ideas. That's a wonderful, energetic place to be. May your energy keep you focused to achieve all your goals!

Lola Sharp said...

You're here! You're alive! I was worried about you and missing you. What a pleasure to find you posting again. :)

I hope this finds you well, happy, healthy. Sounds like you're writing again! :)

Shoot me an email and let me know how you are, if you get a chance.

Hugs,
Lola