Since Sunday my brainstorming partners have been in residence at our cottage on Chautauqua Lake working on a variety of books. I always love this annual retreat because so many knots are untied and ideas are embroidered.
Tonight, though, I shake my head at how little I’ve accomplished so far, other than discarding what seemed like good ideas. No matter what, though, we are always reminded that the feedback we can provide for each other will be valuable all year. Even if we just save each other from bumping up against dead ends on our own.
So it will be a good week, no matter what. And I am always grateful to talk shop with such talented, insightful writers. Next week I hope to have a recap for you.
One thing we all marvel over? How exhausting this process is. With that in mind I’ll say goodnight so that tomorrow morning I’ll be ready to start all over again.