Dealing with the struggles of consistently sitting down to write.
Hello! I’ve been hard at work and have had to pull back a bit, but I’m on the way to catching up. Today’s topic: shelving. No, not what kind of material makes the best shelves. How long do you shelve a project for between significant edits, or do you? I ran a poll recently aboutContinue reading “Does your story go on a shelf?”
Why did you shred up paper and throw it in a planter, you ask. It’s symbolic, or it’s supposed to be, at least, of growing(read: planting) your idea. Just like starting a garden, writing requires work before, during, and after. 1st) Be Prepared! You have to prepare before you write, yes, even if you areContinue reading “Writing: Plant Your Garden”
Can’t focus on something you love to do, such as writing? Convinced that you have reached your limit and just burned out on it? What if I told you that is not the most probable case? I had to fight my way through this very realization during the last couple of weeks. I wasContinue reading “Is it really burn out?”