Jan 21, 2019 15:21:25 @peetzweg
"Have a good day, fellas."
What is a draft? Isn't it the work itself? I'm not drafting this, I'm creating this as I go. It's not the case that I will ever rewrite this everything I drafted. I will reread it and edit it but creating it newly from scratch and than not calling it a draft? I doubt it. A 200-word draft is quite a lot, I was a bit mislead by the fact that the page only shows the beginning sentences. I wasn't aware of that. Anyways, now I'm stuck here - wanting to be a writer and spitting out 200 words for the first time. It feels like going to the gym actually. You know what you have to do and it becomes harder and harder with each repetition. Whereas repetitions are sentences in this case. I must prevent myself correcting my mistakes immediately. There is such an urge of correctly all this underlined words as soon as they pop up. Maybe this is the reason why it is called a draft because it contains a lot of mistakes and misses words do to understandable by people who have not thought this. Let's see if there is motivation left tomorrow. Have a good day, fellas.