True on so many levels. I haven't actually written anything since NaNo. I haven't even gone back to edit my work -- something I still vow to do. Which reminds me, I need to add "buy printer paper" to my list of things to do, or I'll never get it edited. I'm one of those writers who likes to see things on a real live page. Somehow it just makes it all so much more clear in my head for me to be able to lay it out page by page, physically in front of me.
So what have I been up to lately? Reading romance novels, trying to survive the winter with a chronic illness that kicks my ass ten times harder in the cold, and well, just trying to have some semblance of a life. Living with chronic illness makes that last one harder than healthy people would think! But really, three months into being married, and I'm still totally a newlywed, and all stupidly gooey happy to be married; it makes everything else seem unimportant in the grand scheme of things.
I do have a bit of exciting news though, well for me anyway -- I'm going to take a creative writing course at UofT in April! If that goes well, I am thinking of taking/looking into their 'certificate in creative writing'. It's in their Continuing Education department, which means anyone over 18 can take it, which is good for me since my grades weren't good enough to get me into grad school. Still, it sounds a lot like a master's program to me, which is kinda neat. What I'm really excited about is the fact that the course sounds actually useful and helpful! I love to write, but the one thing that's always plagued me is how to put a story together to have a meaningful/exciting/coherent arc over a whole novel. I've just never written anything that long before. So, I think a little training certain can't hurt! Excited!!