I Love Writing

"Don't think about making art, just get it done"-Andy Warhol

"Don't think about making art, just get it done"-Andy Warhol

My last post for this blog was in August and it was titled, Is it Wrong For A Writer to Hate Writing. At that time, I barely ever wrote because taking care of my toddler was a full-time job.

As of last week, my son started preschool 4 days a week for half days. Now I can be a “full-time” writer again. I’d started to think I would never say this again, but I LOVE WRITING! Just the clicking of the keys as I type fills me with joy. It’s been so long since I’ve had that feeling.

Part of this joy is that I love my current project. I’ve been out of the loop for a while, and I don’t even know if there will be a market for this new territory I’m venturing into. But, I’ve decided not to worry about that. I’m going to take the best of all the advice I’ve been finding on Pinterest lately and just write for me. So far it’s working.

The other part of this joy of writing is coming from the uninterrupted block of time to do it in. Over the past three years, if I’ve wanted to write, I’d have to do it during naptime, when I should be napping. Or on a day my husband took off work. Or when a friend came over to babysit (I was on deadline then). Those rare and short bursts of time, didn’t give me the luxury of taking time to think and plan or continue a thought over several days. There was also a lot of pressure involved with those short burst of time.

Right now, from 7:00 AM to 12:30 PM, I have the house to myself and I feel free to write, or think, or research. Whatever serves the project best.

Whether or not I’ll sell this project when it’s done is unknown. For the moment, it just feels good to be a writer again.

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2 Responses to I Love Writing

  1. Cindy says:

    Welcome back! :)

    I know the feeling. It’s wonderful to stretch those creative muscles again. Enjoy your time!

  2. robynamos says:

    Being addicted to writing is a beautiful thing. I’ve had that feeling in the past but not with every book. Enjoy it and take advantage of it. Type your question about script pages into a search engine and I’m sure you’ll find out what you need to know. Details are easy to come by, but your passion for writing is what’s important.

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