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Writing as a moving target

Silk’s Post #129 — There’s a time and place for writing. But getting the time, the place and the motivation all in synch so the words practically jump onto the page by themselves … well, that’s the trick, isn’t it? 1,306 more words


Day 287 - With an outline comes ease and efficiency

Day two hundred eighty-seven of my 365 Day Writing Project.

I’m on the cusp of delving into the meat and potatoes of my new book. Writing it, that is. 203 more words

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Day 283 - Rock steady

Day two hundred eighty-three of my 365 Day Writing Project.

I’m not setting any records, that’s for sure. But I am writing every day again. Even if only a hundred words in a day, I’m writing. 92 more words

365 Day Writing Project

One word at a time

So this is what my to do list looks like at the moment:

  • Part time job: oversee website development of approximately seven or so clients / websites…
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Day 280 - Know what you need to do, and do it

Day two hundred eighty of my 365 Day Writing Project.

It has been too long since I last posted. As you might have surmised, I have not been writing every day. 165 more words

365 Day Writing Project

Finding Time to Write (and the horrible, inevitable consequence of not writing)

Finding time to write is one of those struggles that really gets under my skin. It’s like there’s a tiny porcupine who lives in the slimy space between my skull and my brain who rolls around like a tumbleweed on the days that I’m not writing. 1,269 more words

The Writing Life

This Writing Life: Notes to Self

Welcome to my contribution to the Writer Mama Blog Hop, (hosted by Sharon Bayliss) in which writers with small children answer the question, ‘Where do you find time to write?’ No matter how hard I press into this writing life, or how long I am on the journey, there are certain challenges I continue to come up against, so this post is as much a note to self as offering help to others.  1,142 more words