October 26, 2011

The Mountain of WIPs

     I've been too distracted by the OWS media to write much lately :P 

The last time I cracked open my files to write, though, I flipped through the multitudes of folders that I have delegated for each WIP. It's like a library in there. I have so many WIPs!! So many beginnings, so much potential is lying unfinished and unedited collecting virtual dust. Does everyone do this? Accumulate a plethora of ideas and begin multiple projects, but never get around to doing any more with them? Looking at all these unused files, I think that's what makes me so happy about having at least one finished. Maybe since somehow I pulled that off, I can do it again, and again. I really hope someday my WTF (work that's finished, lol) is bigger than my WIP file. 


  1. My name is Jason D. Morrow and I have just released my new book, The Deliverer, on Amazon and Barnes&Noble. I was hoping you would be interested in reviewing my book. You can find it here: 


    Here is the book description: 
    After a series of strange events, Silas Ainsley realizes that he is not a normal seventeen-year-old. In his journey to escape from two mysterious headhunters, Silas discovers his life and death are key to saving an entire world, called Marenon, from darkness and destruction. 
    The only way to get to Marenon is to die, and Silas has just arrived.

    Thank you for your consideration. 


    Jason D. Morrow

  2. Amen! Thank goodness for the Cloud... my files are like cholesterol clogging up the veins of my hard drive! And like you BT, I finally got one of those WIPs in the WTF column.

    Keep Writing

  3. Greetings!! Searching for interesting blogs to read, I discovered yours. I too am writing a novel, after authoring two books of narrative poetry. It's a slow go; yet it is going well. My greatest adversary is time. I look forward to reading more here.

    S. Thomas Summers