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The Secret Lives of Writers
I’ve been struggling lately with my edits and rewrites. What is boils down to isn’t necessarily time, its motivation. I’m in a little rut with a timeline that’s looming and I can’t seem to get in gear, I’d rather spend time with the family or get to bed at a decent hour and try for 6 hours sleep over 4. It’s awful my excuses, I think we all go through it. I came across this article and it hit the nail on the head for me and it may do the same for you, therefore, I’m sharing below.
I’m making the time and pushing through a particular section in my book today. At least I’m well rested today 🙂
Let me know below how you stay motivated in your writing or editing process – sharing is caring and inspiration is free.
Sometimes you’re not in the mood to write, but you know that you should. Maybe you’ve set a goal and hope to reach it, or you’re on a deadline. Here are a few strategies that you can use to get s…
Source: Getting Started – David Farland | Story Doctor
I was catching up on my WordPress Reader and came across a great blog this evening about your writing persona (link: Explore your writing persona). Right now my persona is just my personal best and educational adventure. Essentially it’s plain ol’ me the good, the bad and the ugly.