The cursed WiFi won't allow me to post the changes I made to the novel draft. They weren't that many, as I am trying to get on a daily writing groove. It's the principle of the matter. Thank you WiFi service for not working.
On a more inspiring note, I am reading at the 100 Poets for Change Event in October. I want to write a poem on vision. The theme is Prince's "The Sign of the Times," which is too easy given the Trump administration. Still, I want to write about vision and leave people with hope. That will be my writing project for the week. I am also reading "Jesucristo Santificanos". It is timely given the DACA and immigration issues.
I am not into a writing rhythm yet. I think this semester is proving to be as challenging as the summer, but I need to be disciplined and just write. My mornings are getting more ideal for writing, as I am not walking, but going to yoga a little later around nine or so. Maybe I need to take Carlos Fuentes' advice and move to England where it rains all the time and the night life sucks. However, Chicago winters have the same effect. You stay home and write.
Stay home and write, you. #Resist.
Dr. Jesú Estrada,