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Trying To Get My Writing Groove Back

Hello All,
Well, I guess the El Nino heat wave has passed. We're about to get slammed with snow here in WV.  This could be a good thing.  I'm working on the second chapter of my new novel, a YA Fantasy set in Lame Deer, Montana.  Several months had passed since I finished my last novel and I'm rusty.  The words aren't flowing like they did when I wrote on a near daily basis.  Hopefully I'll get my groove back.  Have any of you experienced similar problems?  If so, it would be nice to know how you overcame them.  Until next time, happy writing.
Hello All,
It's time for another ISWG.  If you're interested in learning more about this wonderful group, please go to Alex J. Cavannah's site.

First of all, Happy New Year. As usual, I'm a day late and a dollar short. Better late than never I say.  I'm really looking forward to what 2016 will bring. I won't bore you with the usual resolutions, etc. What I will say is I plan to have a completed first draft for my new novel by the end of the year.  Yes, it's ambitious, but I'm going to try.  I've dove into my second novel and so far, I've completed the first chapter and am slowly moving through the second one.  Do any of you have ambitious plans?  If so, I'd be interested to know about them.  Also, if you have a special writing schedule set up that streamlines the writing process, I'd welcome some new ideas.

Last, but certainly not least. I wanted to thank everyone in this wonderful group for all the support you've offered me over …