I've mentioned a few times a creative writing project that I've been working on - sometimes referred to as The Ultimate Delusion. It's a story that has been swirling around in my head for the last six years or so, yet my situation has prevented me from making any real progress on it.
I've accepted the challenge, although on a somewhat modified scale. My goal is to come up with a SUMMARY of a book in a month. Sort of a SIAM Challenge. (Hmm. Maybe I should shave my head again... Nah.)
Anyway, I have committed to 30 minutes a day, which I will now have to steal from somewhere.
For starters, this blog will now be Ten Minutes of Delusion, and five of those minutes will probably be about me writing my summary.
Now, where to get 25 more minutes?
If only I played golf and watched TV, I could give those up for extra time.
Oh, well. I'll think of something.
The working title of this deluded little writing exercise is Sunrise at the Point, as depicted in the following picture. Which should count as a thousand words, right?