I have written part of a story this week. I sat down on Thursday afternoon to write a short inspired by Christina's three words ... but half-way through I found myself mentally listing, so tired I couldn't sit up straight.
So, I laid it aside and fell asleep on the sofa ... woke up a little while later with a neck ache! (Note to self: Stop sleeping on sofas! Go to bed!)
That's where my story for this week sits. I love it, but it's challenging, mainly because it's more of a historical fantasy type thing and I'm out of practice writing that genre.
Some fantasy/paranormal writers have said to me: "It must be so hard to come up with increased tension in your story when you're limited to real-world problems." Well, not when you're used to doing it. For me, I find the imagination required for fantasy worlds or situations more challenging.
Do you have a genre comfort zone? Do some worlds come easier for you than others?
(And the main point of this blog post was supposed to be to tell you my Story A Week IS coming, I promise, before the week totally ends. I'm sorry it's late. Look out for The Demented King tomorrow, at the latest! I'll try to get back on the proverbial ball next week ... after ballet recital is over. *grin*)