Ideas Can’t Be Stolen

Yesterday I finished up with the revisions for the writing project, I took a much needed break and relaxed. Only I was a bit restless with my thought on how am I going to finish it. And the how and when I complete it is not important, it’s the what and why I want to complete it is. I am focusing all my effort to write one sentence at a time until I complete it. I own it to myself to complete it as well as I own it the readers who have been waiting sometime for it as well. I’ve given myself too much rope only to get tangled up with it. I’ve be able to untangle that wicked knot with persistence, patience and practice with being consistent in everything I do. My intentions are to keep at it until I complete all my writing projects one by one.

“What is the most resilient parasite? Bacteria? A virus? An intestinal worm? An idea. Resilient… highly contagious. Once an idea has taken hold of the brain it’s almost impossible to eradicate. An idea that is fully formed – fully understood – that sticks; right in there somewhere.” ~ Cob, Inception 2010

Day 5

Julie LeBusque Lake
DAY 5: The Universe is abundant and it is sharing this abundance with you. Today you have $10 000 to spend – as always have fun xxx

I spend it on building my two story library, secret passages and with a little left over to buy my kindle. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. 🙂

Ideas Can’t Be Stolen

Yesterday I finished up with the revisions for the writing project, I took a much needed break and relaxed. Only I was a bit restless with my thought on how am I going to finish it. And the how and when I complete it is not important, it’s the what and why I want to complete it is. I am focusing all my effort to write one sentence at a time until I complete it. I own it to myself to complete it as well as I own it the readers who have been waiting sometime for it as well. I’ve given myself too much rope only to get tangled up with it. I’ve be able to untangle that wicked knot with persistence, patience and practice with being consistent in everything I do. My intentions are to keep at it until I complete all my writing projects one by one.

“What is the most resilient parasite? Bacteria? A virus? An intestinal worm? An idea. Resilient… highly contagious. Once an idea has taken hold of the brain it’s almost impossible to eradicate. An idea that is fully formed – fully understood – that sticks; right in there somewhere.” ~ Cob, Inception 2010

Revisions for ‘The Masquerade’ Nearly Done

Setting intentions get things going I have to say, I am nearly done with my writing project. I only have two more chapters to revise and than I’ll be focusing all my energies I am completing it. I am not going to focus on the how and when, but more on the what and why. It get things done faster. I am so close that I can taste it. I know my readers on fictionpress.com have been waiting a long time of this and I look forward to keeping my promise and giving them the best finish that I can.

Progress Report

 
The Masquerade
  • Chapter 8 to 9 revisions are done
  • Will chapter 10 today
  • Revisions have been completed
  • Focusing on finishing up the story

Day 4

Julie LeBusque Lake
DAY 4: you have $6000 to spend, be as descriptive as you can about what you buy, have fun xx

I spent it on beautiful intricate hand fans, elegant masquerade masks, a black violin, a carve trunk to store my journals in, same model cellphone but newer one, start my collection of my favorite anime shows and movies. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you.

Revisions for ‘The Masquerade’ Nearly Done

Setting intentions get things going I have to say, I am nearly done with my writing project. I only have two more chapters to revise and than I’ll be focusing all my energies I am completing it. I am not going to focus on the how and when, but more on the what and why. It get things done faster. I am so close that I can taste it. I know my readers on fictionpress.com have been waiting a long time of this and I look forward to keeping my promise and giving them the best finish that I can.

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