It’s been a while since I’ve lasted posted, but hopefully getting back into the swing of things will allow me to carry it over to what my title is referring to: my summer project. Now, since I’ve been collecting money for the AACF service auction that we had to support missions, I’ve been thinking about the AACF auctions I have yet to fulfill. I have started working on the story for DSol, but it’s nowhere near where I’d like it. I’ve barely scratched the surface of the daily devotional book that I wanted to write. All of these things are going to be things that I’m hoping to work on over the summer. However, it is the story for DSol that most interests me.
The idea for the story first came about a year or so ago perhaps, but it has left an indelible impression on my mind in terms of the story’s premise. I am not going to reveal the idea for it at all because I feel like if I do, I will compromise the integrity of my desire to write and finish the story. Nevertheless, the story is interesting because I feel like if I pursue it until the end, it will be the first full novel that I will have written since my short story in ninth grade that was published. The laziness that is mingled with trepidation has slowly been taking over, and what was once a clear vision of the story’s conclusion has become but a nostalgic haze. Even as my discipline to go to the gym has waned, it seems it has taken a hold on all other areas of discipline in my life as well. I guess this post was my attempt – though looking back now, it seems rather feeble – to try and fight back the fog and reclaim my rusting art in hopes that my vitality might be restored me. More to come later, I hope, or else I shall be in a pitiful condition with regards to my literary composition.