…I have no words.
This week has been a constant literary frustration. I started off strong enough. I jumped into my revisions on Illusion and wrote a good chunk for 228 more words
My read-through progress slowed considerably over the last week or two, and not for any reason I can readily identify. With the past three days off from work in the run-up to wedding weekend, I have been able to make considerable progress, getting through about 220 of 275 pages. 433 more words
by Kelsie Engen
Is there not enough time in the day to write? Or do you simply not know how to make the time?
It’s hard to believe, but it’s already time to discuss our writing insecurities again. 786 more words
Great tips on making time to write.
Yesterday, even though I was tuned into the blog, I didn't do much of anything outside of revise my novel! I'm excited at how the true story is unfolding (the one you don't usually see under the first draft) and felt really accomplished afterward. I was busy, sure, and there were a million and one things to do but I made time.The point: The greatest investment you can make with your writing is not money, it is time.