this isn't a post about zombies

I'm trying to change my habits a little. I've found in the past that if I don't blog in the morning, like when I'm drinking my coffee, I don't blog at all. Coffee time is spent sitting in front of the computer anyway, so why not throw in something a little more productive in between reading web comics and craft blogs.

Remember November last year? I was doing both NaNoWriMo and NaBloPoMo, cranking out 1600+ words a day on my novel, and writing about zombies everyday on here. Of course, I had more time on my hands then. Oodles of time actually! Knowing exactly what to write about each day helped a lot too. It's not like I don't have anything to write about, it's that I can never think of anything when I'm staring at the "new post" screen.

Sidenote; Does anyone else have a cat that likes to pace back and forth in front between you and the computer? The actual cat, my little Squirmy Wormy, doesn't bother me, but the cat hairs up my nose and in my coffee do.


  1. We have a cat that likes to sit between my face and the monitor - does that count?

    Yeah...that reminds me, what about ye olde novel? (resisting temptation to break into a Stewie-ribbing-Brian-about-his-novel thing) What's happening with that? When can I read it, etc, etc.

    That's enough badgering for now...I need breakie-fast

  2. Oh, feel free to badger me about the novel! I spent about a week revising before I got pissed off with it, decided it was utter tripe, and burned it. Ok, fine, I didn't burn it. It's still a tad tripish though.

    Also, cats who like to sit between your face and the monitor totally count. I wish mine would just sit. It's back and forth, back and forth, back and forth, until I finally scream "Perch somewhere!" and put him on the floor.


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