I haven’t written in days; that happens, sometimes. Well, not today, it’s not: I’m writing live, and I’m posting what I write, and you get to see it all unedited.
When your muse to you, it’s giving you the tools to become a great writer. Let me show you how.
Bad thought-habits are hard to break.
I know I’m not the only one who struggles with them. For all of us who must deal with poisonous doubts spewing from our abused subconscious, I present the Doubting Writer’s Manifesto.
Bear with me. As I write this post, I’m more than a little mad. And I don’t mean “crazy,” either. I encountered a fellow the other day who spoke things so poisonous, so deadly to the creative mind, that I suspect he’s already left a battalion of writer-corpses in his wake.
And I’m not staying silent about it anymore.
For those of us who need to write, there’s good news: you can still be a writer even if you can’t write every day.