Trudging to Victory

On the blog this week, I’m pondering the benefits of the forced march. Leave your comment here for a shot at a $50 Amazon gift card. I’ve also updated the Deals page so Jack is discounted 50 percent at B&N (checkout code BNPJACK50) and in the web store.

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2 comments on “Trudging to Victory

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    Pam says:

    I’m not much of a joiner, and the idea of a deadline is enough to put my brain on shutdown. I had enough of that in college and when meeting deadlines at my job of 38 years and counting. Praise God I am retiring next year, and after that, my only deadlines will be self imposed.

    No need for a card, I’ve already received one this year and enjoyed my book splurge.

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    R Beach says:

    Hate deadlines of any kind yet I know many peoplw who would procrastinate without those guidelines to get their parts of a project completed. They are a necessary evil in life I suppose. When attempting a creative endeavor though I’m not sure that being forced to complete something doesnt stifle the creative process and change the outcome, whether that’s quality or satisfaction when completed… I guess I’m saying I have a mixed reaction to being given a deadline or setting one of my own. Thanks for the lovely stories. I greatly enjoy them and am always eager for a new book.