Write On

Okay, so, if you have been checkin’ out Facebook over the last couple weeks, you might know that I recently returned from a trip to England and France.

My characters hosted the blog for the time I was gone. Looked like they had a bit of fun while I was gone.

Well, I got home last Wednesday–well, it was late enough to technically be early Thursday morning.

I’d never experienced Jet Lag before.

View from the Palace of Versailles

Have you?

It’s NOT fun. I woke up at 2:30 in the morning on Friday thinking it was, like, ten in the morning and I was to be up and ready for the day.

Yeah, not so much.

But, I did get a bit of a story idea as I sat in bet reviewing the previous week’s adventures globe trotting.

So, I got up and started writing.

By the end of the weekend, I had over 40,000 words done on Morgan and Tanner’s story.

I guess jet lag can come in handy, huh?


OH, and if you’re interested, here’s a little video I shot from my camera at the Eiffel Tower lighting. It was a great time.

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11 Responses to Write On

  1. Jill says:

    Great video Lynn! I felt like I was there. I’m glad you had a great trip. Obviously, it got your creative juices flowing even more than usual. 🙂 Happy Tuesday!

  2. I’ve watched you over the weekend pound out those word counts and oozed with writing jealousy! Rock on!

  3. KM Wilsher says:

    You go girl! Great video 🙂

  4. KM says:

    Jet lag does crazy things to the mind and body, but yeah, it can definitely be good sometimes. Congrats on the word count. That’s crazy!

  5. lbdiamond says:

    Wow, looks like you had a great trip! France is an inspiring place. 😉

  6. Glad you had a good time and kept the inspiration conduit flowing. Write on, writer-rockstar. 🙂 Happy Tuesday!

  7. Laura Best says:

    Thanks for dropping by my blog yesterday and for you words of encouragement! There’s nothing like the blogging community when it comes to cheering one another on!

  8. Glad you had a great trip. Your video reminded me of my last night in Paris when we took a cruise down the river the watched the lights.
    As to jet-lag, I solve the problem by staying awake for nearly two days straight during my final days of travel and then crash for twelve, thriteen hours of sleep. When I finally wake up I’m essentially reset. Though I can imagine I am not a friendly traveller during those last few days.

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