DAYS TWENTY-FOUR & TWENTY-FIVE
Written 26/11/2017 for 25/11/2017 and 24/11/2017
Yes. Another zero-day.
It was a Friday.
A real shit day actually. Not only was it my second zero-day but I didn’t even get any reading done in the evening.… Read the rest
Written 21/11/2017 for 20/11/2017
My 10,000-word day got me into a better position than I had thought.
But you already knew that, didn’t you?… Read the rest
Written 20/11/2017 for 19/11/2017
Right, I talked about this in the last post.
I completed National Novel Writing Month’s 50,000-word target.
Now, it’s time to pivot.… Read the rest
Written 17/11/2017 for 16/11/2017
After a zero-day, you have to rally.
It’s not enough to look back and say you’ve done loads recently, so it’s okay.… Read the rest
Today, with book seven, we have something new.
The first non-fiction book of Man vs Bookshelf.
As well as being the first non-fiction book, Clough has also pinched an undesirable record.… Read the rest
Written 12/11/2017 for 11/11/2017
Friends are not unlike sanity.
You need them, or society will think of you as weird, but you can’t help but think you’d be a lot more relaxed without them.… Read the rest
After struggling to get through Good Omens in the allotted time, I wanted to dive into a quick read.
I choose Grandpa’s Great Escape. It may look beefy, and weigh in at over 450 pages, but don’t let that fool you.… Read the rest
Written 07/11/2017 for 06/11/2017
I’m overextending myself.
I knew I would. I always do. I get too into it I love the writing and the blogging and the tweeting, so I just add more and more.… Read the rest
For a time it seemed ‘Good Omens’ might be a bad omen.
A terrible omen.
I was sure I’d never finish it in a week. I got three days in, with Sunday gone, and I wasn’t even halfway there.… Read the rest