Prompt ‘o the Week: A professor rebuffs a student’s unwanted
advances, enlisting the help of a colleague until one night when she
receives some information about both men that changes everything…
getting to that time of year when I start thinking about how I’ve done
over the past year, where I wanted to be now and where I actually am. It
has it’s pros and cons – it’s good to reflect on where you’ve been to
decide where you want to go next. But it also causes enough cognitive
dissonance that it often puts me in a less than stellar mood until I get
everything worked out in my head.
think so hard about, you ask? A lot of stuff, really. But the thing
driving me most nuts at the moment is a severe lack of self-discipline
(willpower, motivation – whatever you want to call it), caused by my
tendency to want to do too much. Then I try, and end up doing less than I
could have if I’d set more realistic goals.
to say, this puts me in a rather reflective mindset wherein I try to
figure out how to fix the problem. And that means making hard decisions
I’d rather not make. Which always sucks.
any case, I’ve discovered Pinnacle Pumpkin Pie Vodka as a bright (if a
little woozy) spot in my fall season. I’ve recently tried a few recipes
found on the Pinnacle FB page, and so far, very yummy. If you’re a flavored vodka/mixed drink fan, I’d recommend you check that page out…
far as the writing goes, I’m way, way behind on my NaNo draft, but
still writing along. And I’m keeping up with the other two serials as
well. At this point, I highly doubt I’ll hit 50k by November 30th, but
you never know, really. I’m enjoying the story so far, and I have a
tie-in idea for one of my pen name projects, so I’ll keep at it
Well, aside from the normal Thanksgiving feast on Thursday (and watch
for my “Food in Fiction” post on the #Amwriting site), here’s my list:
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