It’s time for another month’s summary of the Wordwitch pictures, so if you missed any on Twitter and Facebook, or you aren’t a social media animal to begin with, you can find the July drawings below.
Hang in There
Sometimes it’s like this. You work on your stories, you keep revising or editing or plotting, and you enjoy it. But at the same time, it feels like you’re just one slip away from the darker side.
I tell myself, “Hang in there!” and even if it isn’t easy, I keep… well, hanging in hope one day I’ll be able to climb up to safety.
Rise, My Idea!
Browsing through my files, I came across this old idea of mine, and I discovered that I still love the characters, the setting, and the story itself.
I really, really, REALLY want to work on it again, but other projects aside, it still suffers from the problems that made me stop writing it in the first place.
(I know I made a typo in the text. Can’t fix this one by pressing backspace!)
Which Way to Go?
I love working on multiple projects at a time, but every now and then I do face the impossible choice: which one I should be working on this very moment?
The answer isn’t always obvious, and procrastigoblin has his own ideas too…
Relativity of a Problem
This drawing isn’t necessarily writing-related, but definitely a part of a writer’s life.
Let’s face it: sometimes I worry, and sometimes I worry a lot. I keep telling myself that I’m also trying to solve future problems before they arrive, but – well – the truth is often as you can see below.