Got That Question Twice Today…
Because I mentioned it when talking about writing the first Cave Creek novel. So even though I will show this and talk about it later this week when I start the novel, here is what I mean.
I have, over time, basically did a chronicle here of my day, most of the details, and how much writing I got on a certain project. I did that when I wrote the novel in five days while traveling, and that is the name of the book that came out of the blog posts.
And I started the practice when I wrote a novel in ten days as a major ghost book. (Again a book.)
I also do it when I am writing 30 short stories in a month (done that a number of times, but you can read it all, including the stories in a book titled Stories From July).
I wrote those four novels in one month and blogged about it here, just never turned that into a book.
Basically “Writing in Public” is what I call it when every night here I just talk about the day, the ups and down, the amount of words, the progress on the book, and so on.
Basically a day or a week or a month in the life of a professional fiction writer.
So with the first novel in Cave Creek (which we are running as a Kickstarter right now), I will write the book and chronicle every day here, including my thoughts on the writing, the word count, when I get stuck, and so on and so on.
Even naps and doing assignments for workshops are recorded. (grin)
Going to start that up in a few days as soon as I finish the book I am working on now. So stay tuned.