Dear Railway Neighbour

It was experiment time.

My wife is a nurse so she’s been going to work during all of the Coronavirus pandemic happenings. This means that I’m at home as much as possible with our son, the dog and the cat. Without any kind of routine in place it can mean that both the humans in the house end up watching Youtube all day. In order to combat this we ended up doing a lot of work for our joint video games blog site. It’s been a lot of fun so far with us reviewing games and talking about what we’re playing during the lockdown. It has taken away from the book writing time though and I thought I’d try to get that sorted tonight.

After dinner I thought I’d sit and blast through for just one hour between 8 and 9.I didn’t set a word count or say I was going to do ‘X chapter’. I just started editing and rewriting.

I got a fair piece of it done this way and it might be good to do this going forwards if I don’t get a chance to sit and write all day.

Is this something anybody else has tried?

3 thoughts on “Dear Railway Neighbour

  1. I usually find that editing helps me no matter what the project is or how much I have written, and it seems to be the place I start. May your wife maintain health in her situation of having to go to work. She deserves many thanks from everyone!

    1. She’s battling on certainly. A few of her fellow staff members have gone off with symptoms but nothing confirmed yet.

      Keeping my fingers crossed for her.

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