Lucinda E. Clarke talks about her amazing achievement during the lockdown – writing her new book, which is now out. Read all about it here – and remember to grab a copy when you finish.
Yes, I’m ashamed since once I begin a project, I’m like a dog with a bone and I don’t let go.
For example, in 1984, when I wrote my first radio script, I had a broadcast time to deliver, and I made it – just. Since then, I’ve never missed one.
During this lockdown, I made my own deadline for getting the next book written and launched. I’ve made it, though it was hard. Like many of us, I just wanted to binge on Netflix and chomp chocolate.
But I set a goal of 3,000 words a day and stuck to it.
Now, in my bumbling fashion, I’m trying to get the word out.
So, why do I feel guilty?
I have not blogged for ages. I’ve promised to write about my travels to Australia and India and I have all the stuff to hand, but I’ve yet to find…
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