- Making fist
- Wringing hands
- Shouting, yelling, ranting
- Shaking head
- Pacing short distances, erratic stride
- Throwing hands up
- Storming from a room
All descriptive ways for me to admit I'm frustrated.
January of 2011 I embarked on a journey of discovering my inner writer. Up until then I have been creating stories by the seat of my pants and using my instincts as a long time reader. I've been writing in my comfort zone of first pov (point of view) or not-so-deep third pov with only two characters. I stepped out of that comfortable area and am trying a 3rd pov very deep with four characters. I took classes, read articles, and found a mentor.
And I've been writing this book for seven months. God help me, I'm tired.
I'm sooooo close to finishing however I've been considering just putting it away. This sounds so easy. I've done it before with a difficult project. Ask me if ever picked it up again?
Frustration: The state a writer gets into when things don't go her way.