Finding the Time

Traditionally, winter has been my writing season. The days are cold and rainy, with not so much to do outdoors. This winter has been different! After a blazingly hot and dry summer, winter has been what I wish summer was – mild days with just the right amount of rainfall for things to grow. It’s meant feeling the need to be outside working, however. Getting caught up on everything I couldn’t do in summer because conditions didn’t cooperate. Trouble is, I’m getting nothing done book-wise. And when I let my writing sit unattended for days or weeks, I’ve lose my train of thought. When I get back to it again I almost feel like I’m starting over. No good. I need to carve out some time every day and stick to it.

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2 Responses to Finding the Time

  1. Garrett says:

    Agreed! Setting aside regular time to write is the only way I’ve ever been able to make progress. Otherwise it’s just too choppy and I never feel like I’m on a roll (in the zone, whatever).

    Alas, I haven’t been writing in quite a while. Kind of lost the drive there.

    Wishing you lots of success in your next writing adventure!

    -g-

  2. Leigh says:

    Good to hear from you Garrett! I’m sorry to hear you haven’t been writing lately, but I know you have a wonderfully varied number of interests and abilities to choose from. 🙂

    I’m working on a sequel of sorts to 5 Acres & A Dream The Book. It will be slow going, but I’ve finally got some momentum, which is very nice.

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