Friday Already?

Why didn’t someone tell me?

Seriously, I’m having a major issue with the day of the week today. On the one hand, I know it’s Friday because I have an appointment to get my car inspected tomorrow (Saturday).  But on the other hand, I had stuff to mail today and almost panicked thinking it was Saturday and I had to get to the post office before noon.

Work being weird isn’t helping. The kid I ride the van with was supposed to be back in school on Thursday, but then they called and said he’d be back on Wednesday.  So, yay for a three day pay instead of a two day.

But Thursday morning I got a phone call telling me he was back in the hospital until the 29th. A few hours later I got a phone call telling me he’d be released on the 22nd instead, and would be going back to school on the 25th. (Could someone please make up my mind?)

So, that’s where work stands, at least for now.

Despite the lack of structure with my job I have managed to get a little more writing done, but we’re coming up on a space battle and I’m dragging my feet (fingers?) because I really hate writing fight scenes.

So, inspire me, folks. Or at least let me know I’m not alone.

What kind of scene do you find the most difficult to write?

 

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6 responses to “Friday Already?

  1. I have problems writing sex scenes in romance books. When one reader read my book they said the sex scene I wrote was awkward. I don’t have many positive love experiences to draw upon for reference either.

  2. You know, I’m not quite sure what kind of scene I struggle writing the most. I know I struggled the most on the end chapter of my book, so maybe it’s endings that are my worst enemy.

    And do I need to get the whip out to keep you writing?

  3. Action scenes. They’re hard for me, too.

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