#Burned

Currently Reading: Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand and A Storm of Swords (Song of Fire and Ice book 3) by George R.R. Martin

Books Read: 10

TBR List: 4999

Words Written:

 

Well the new year is off to a good start writing and reading wise. I haven’t made many new posts on here though. I also haven’t written anything more on Finding Family. So I’m feeling a bit bad on the resolutions I made.

I’m also beginning to feel burned out with my writing again. I don’t know if it is I’ve just been putting too much into this one story I’ve started, my meds have stopped working or what but I’m having issues continuing writing for the past couple of days.

Upside though, I have two books very close to publishing. I think that is a good start to the year. More than last year.

I have picked out the book I’m going to work on for Camp NaNoWriMo in April. I would just like a better title for it, but I kind of love the title I have picked out at the same time.

Death to all #PlotBunnies

It is #NaNoWriMo, and all of a sudden these evil little Plot Bunnies are attacking me. In the past 16 days I have started not one, but THREE new stories on top of the 13 I have already been working on! Yes, the other day I finished one that I have been working on for the better part of two years but still! The total is now 15 and I have a feeling it is not going to get smaller, but grow before the month is over.

Write On Vs. Wattpad

What is the difference between witeon.kindle.com and wattpad.com? One is obviously owned and operated by Amazon and Wattpad seems to be it’s own entity. Both sites seem to be dedicated to allowing writers post their work, and readers can chime in with their opinion. So which is better to use? I don’t know!

I have a wattpad account, but only use it for my fan-fiction (because I’m an idiot). I just opened an account on Write On, and do not see a difference. The major difference I can see is wattpad is more socially driven and writeon seems to be more focused on getting feedback for the material.

I can see how both of these websites can help authors improve their writing but I’m still on the fence about them. I have an account on both sites now and will see what pappens. Has anyone else seen a difference? Which do you prefer? Is writeon a waste of time?