And those that read my previous post about school, know that it didn’t work out in my favor. So now, this brings me here: a couple of months into the year with a new deadline.
When it comes to writing, getting any kind of time in is ideal. I think when you’re creating your own ideal writing day, or a general ideal day, the root of it is time management. How do you spend your time normally and how do you want to change it, or what are the things you want to hold yourself accountable for?
The email was crack in my confidence–I almost started to cry. I had my thoughts of how it would go if I got accepted. I was ready for that. I was excited for it.
Hello writers, I wanted to start the Write Reads series this year with Betsy Lerner’s “Forest for the […]
Yes, it happened again. I went away at the sometime in September. I didn’t make my self-imposed deadline […]
A little bit of dialogue, a scene starter and one word:
In my head, I’ve kept up with my word count and I’m breezing along to finishing my novel by Dec. 15, 2017. In reality….
Some dialogue starters: “There are consequences to your actions, you know this – it puts us all….” “This […]