Placeholder: Heat exhaustion.

on August 7, 2015 in MU Blog

Hey, folks. I’m going to try to keep on top of the communication side of things more after the massive unplanned hiatus. The biggest problem is that when things start to go poorly, my inclination is to buckle down and keep plowing ahead rather than stepping back and saying, “There is this problem here.”

Due to heat exhaustion earlier in the week, I was only able to really start the next chapter today, and it’s not coming together any better than you might expect something written in one day after a week of deep physical fatigue to be. It’s not bad. I’d be feeling pretty good if I was looking at it on Wednesday and thinking I have a couple days to finish it up and polish it up.

So rather than spending another hour plunking out another 1,000 words and calling it done just because it hits my internal minimum length, I’m going to take the opportunity to maybe get ahead of the game and hold it for next week.

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6 Responses to “Placeholder: Heat exhaustion.”

  1. Gruhl says:

    Thanks for informing us 🙂 And I wish you shade and sweet waters.

    Current score: 9
  2. Lyssa says:

    Yes, thanks for letting us know. 😀 It’s been overbearingly hot here, too, and it’s awful how heat can be inescapable. At least with the cold you can bundle.

    Looking forward to next week.

    Current score: 6
  3. Grant says:

    Appreciate the update. See you next week.

    Current score: 5
  4. So glad I’m not the only one getting Beaten soundly by the heat. Sure it will be worth the wait

    Current score: 0
  5. Zdawg says:

    I would be happy with a couple paragraphs about Two doing boring stuff for an hour 😀

    Current score: 0
  6. Tierhon says:

    Quality over quantity, is normally the better choice. That said, I’m guessing that there are a lot of us who can read though a typo or two and not be phased, whichever makes you feel better about your art. We’ve stuck by you thru a hiatus or two, those and a mere week doesn’t compare with what George R R Martin has done.

    Current score: 3