Natasha McNeely's Author Blog

Never stop dreaming, 'cause the day you stop dreaming, is the day you stop living.

Here, there, and everywhere!


That’s where my mind has been this week. Except “everywhere” doesn’t include Tales of The Forbidden or Mercy of The Forbidden.

I really need to work on that.

You all are my witnesses; I will write tomorrow. Yes? Good. Tomorrow, after class, I will write. No excuses. None whatsoever. No getting distracted by other things, nor suddenly having the urge to clean and completely reorganize my bedroom.

If that’s not procrastination, I don’t know what is.

Part of my problem is that between class and work, I don’t do anything. I can’t seem to push myself to write that hour, or two, or three that I have between those two separate things. I need to work on that and it is a work in progress; I just need to remember to try – to push myself.

I will try.

These drafts, whether written or unwritten, cannot escape from me.

They won’t escape from me.

Ignore the fact that this blog is technically about fifteen minutes late. Namely, it’s Thursday already, for me.

Author: Natasha McNeely

I'm a writer, reader, gamer and a dreamer. I love losing myself to thought and considering possibilities. That is how I create my stories and weave the erratic tales into readable ones.

6 thoughts on “Here, there, and everywhere!

  1. Well it’s still Wednesday here, so it counts 🙂
    I really have to push myself at times too. I don’t know what it is, but I suspect mild cases of writers block for me. When I’m not blocked I can’t wait to sit down and work.

    Good luck with your writing, keep pushing on!

  2. Just do what you can! A little bit is still progress. Perhaps you can plan to write a small amount, just a couple of pages (500 words), so you can have a celebration when you achieve that goal!


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