Nearing the End of My First Full Day without Twitter*

Just got home from a writing date with a fellow writer at a local café—fun! I hope we can keep doing that. It keeps me honest.

Soon as I got home I would have tweeted this, but alas, I’ll have to blog it instead:

Goal 1 during Twittercation was to finish this chapter I’ve been struggling over. Guess what? Wrote to the end 2day! Twitter-free is working

That’s 140 characters, exactly. Can’t stop myself, can I?

So I can *almost* cross something off my list. Really my chapter isn’t done till I do a few little things to it. (See the post where I confess to my senseless first-draft method.) But I’m getting closer!

And others are joining in the Twitter Break Nov. 1-7 too: Here’s a great post from Karen Mahoney. She says:

I’m officially on Twitter Break November 1-7. Authors Nova Ren Suma and Suzanne Young came up with the idea of a one-week Twitter recess to kickstart productivity for the month of November. I am joining in with lots of other writers who have faced the sad fact of their growing Twitter addiction. (“My name is Karen, and I am a Twit.”) I’m sure we’ll all be back on the 8th with LOTS to tweet about, but for one week I’ll be revising, reading, writing and blogging. The blogging won’t change! I’m not that strong. *g* Day One Twitter-free, and I’m happy to report no withdrawal symptoms at all. We’ll see what happens later in the week…

I love that. So… here goes: My name is Nova, and I am a Twit.

(So ashamed.)

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* And I am still breathing.

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