KJ (owlmoose) wrote,

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Project Progress!

I am done with my [community profile] ff_exchange story! And with time to spare.

Now I am being consumed by my first (and hopefully not last) story for the [community profile] newgameplus reversathon. Seriously, seriously consumed. This prompt hit me like a ton of bricks: I wrote 2300 words in one day, and I already have more words of fic written this month than I wrote in the entire month of March or April and will probably crack February's total before I go to bed tonight. And almost all of them are on this one fic. I haven't been on fire like this in awhile; it's a nice feeling.

Not to mention, I got bunnied really hard the other day for a story that I think will make a Mega Flare project. Since I hadn't been sure what I was going to write this year, I am very pleased to have an idea present itself. (Well, really, to have it presented by someone. But more on this at another time.)

So I think the creative juices are back with a vengeance. Which just goes to show that, more often than not, making a public complaint about being in a creative lull will often act as a catalyst to end that lull. Here's hoping, anyway.

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Tags: ffex, writing, writing projects

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