1. 7:15, at work
2. Write during breaks until or until word goal reached
3. This is where I put what I'm going to work on, but I'm following blindly right now, so no idea.
4. 10:15 - whoo-hoo! Wrote 1750 words, way faster than yesterday, but business is slower, too.
5. It went pretty great, actually. While I know this is going to be a collection of essays (ish), it's feeling more like a memoir, and a linear one at that. Not liking that too much. But that can be fixed. I need to be reading the essays I want to emulate, instead of the Edmund White autobiography that I'm reading. It's wonderful, but linear. I'm not old enough to write a memoir, and I don't want this to read like one. And the work has a hook, and it's hard not to reveal it here. I don't want to -- I want to keep it a secret for a while.
6. I will write tomorrow at work, as early as possible. Getting it done straightaway is the only way to go, and Saturday mornings tend to be pretty quiet.
7. Will work on the Getting.
Yay! Not quite on track -- I wanted to get 2000 words a day, which makes a nice cushion, but anything over 1667 is just fine by me. Woot!