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Wednesday, April 6, 2016

April IWSG roundup

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I know many of you are busy doing the A-Z challenge this month, so I'll keep it short.

As you know, I'm working on two projects at the same time, which is something I never did before. This results in both projects being slower but I fear that if I miss the spontaneity of the moment and put wither one aside, when I'll get back to it later on the voice won't sound half as good. Or at least that's what I tell myself, haha. :-)

I explain this process in a podcast interview with two good friends of mine, and awesome writers, Jason Anspach and Kevin G. Summers. Kevin and Jason started the Literary Outlaws podcast this year and they've already interviewed some pretty cool people. If you have time during your commute to work, I highly recommend you check them out. :-)

That's all folks, hope all is well with your writing, hope you're not sneezing too much this spring but instead enjoying the outdoors and warmer temperatures. And if you are in the southern hemisphere, enjoy the beauty of fall.


  1. If it keeps it fresh, write both.
    And we won't even discuss sneezing...

    1. I'm sorry ... hope claritin works for you !!!

  2. A lot of sneezing going on at this end. I'm also working on two WIPs at once. Good luck!

  3. Voice can be fixed in revision. I did this in my dragon stories, trying to be consistent.

    Anna from elements of emaginette

  4. I've tried doing interviews on my blog, and as great as they were, never quite took off. I look forward to the day where people want to interview me. I have so much to share.

    I find myself doing 3 or 4 projects at once. It does slow things down, but I find it the best way for me to get things done.

  5. I've worked on two projects at once before, too. I know the feeling! Usually one takes over, though. Have fun!

  6. Hmmm, seems a lot of us have multiple projects. I'm doing NaNo with one I've been working on a while. Happy Writing With Yours,
    Juneta @ Writer's Gambit

  7. I've bounced between projects, working on one when I was inspired and switching to the other when that one inspired me. It's not something I always do, but I like to go with the flow and if that's where it takes me then so be it.

    We just got, like, a foot of snow here in Michigan. I don't know what Spring is anymore. =|

  8. How cool that you got to be part of a podcast interview! Just listened to it. :)

    And gosh, I know how difficult it can be to juggle multiple projects like that. But the muse wants what it wants, yeah? LOL. Best of luck with them!


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