Fact: When I write, I’m often distracted by other things online, switching back and forth between my doc and various browser tabs that have nothing to do with research.
Fact: My usual output is anywhere from 300 to 700 words an hour.
Fact: This week I’ve had very limited internet access because I’ve been away from home, out in the sticks, but I’ve still managed to snag the rocket stick when I wanted to write.
Fact: This afternoon I couldn’t get the rocket stick but I decided to write without it anyway, figuring I’d give up quickly after I couldn’t research some tiny point.
Fact: I actually wrote 1,300 words in an hour. That’s probably a speed record for me.
Fact: From now on when it’s time to write I’m going to turn off the wifi capability on my laptop and only turn it on in cases when I actually need to. Facebook doesn’t count as a need.
Fact: It took me about 100,000 words over two novels to discover this about my writing routine.
Fact: I’m a little slow on the uptake sometimes.