Writers Write: On Committing to Showing Up

Working full time and having a life makes it difficult to find the motivation to spend even more time in front of a computer at the end of long days.

And writing a novel is a long process that seems like it will never end and even if it does, then what?

It can all feel so daunting and hopeless, and watching T.V. can just sound so much more appealing.

But recently, I’ve been inspired by people who don’t make excuses and just put their butts in the chair and write 1,000 words a day no matter what. So I’m trying to get back in a regular and more disciplined groove — 25 minutes a night to start. So far so good. Here’s some more writing inspiration:

the wordplayer's manifesto.

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4 responses

  1. Jason attract women | Reply

    When you follow your bliss, thing will go your way. So write up and make it your day!

  2. Ah, just what I needed! Especially ‘build a lifestyle that nurtures and supports your writing’. Thank you for sharing and good luck in your writing!

    1. kathleenerindavis | Reply

      Thanks! Yeah and as always I need to practice what I preach. 🙂

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