Wheel of Fortune.
Watch it turn.
It was a challenge to get the ten pages out before midnight, as I started writing at about 7pm whereas I usually start no later than 9am in the morning. I know days like today count the most, because I get through it, and it tells me if I have a morning available, there’s no excuse not to exceed the daily goal of ten double-spaced typewritten pages.
I did a few things differently today. One was starting very late, which I prefer to avoid at all costs. The other was looking out the window while I wrote, instead of at the page as it scrolled. It felt freeing in a way. Happy to have learned home row enough to not have to look. This works out well when I’m writing letters for people live, as I can narrate for them while writing the words out real-time while maintain eye contact, which usually leads to me crying. I cry often when auto-typing letters.
Perhaps you may be wondering how you may participate in such an experience? I have a residency with Immersia Mexico for the months of October and November where I will be writing letters and books live, and will be announcing the moment tickets go on sale.
All my best,