Writers are busy people. We’re busy drinking coffee, avoiding phone calls and trying to recapture the brilliant thoughts of inspiration we had while falling asleep or waking up.
“Writer” isn’t a static title, it’s a dynamic lifestyle. The gift and talent must be cultivated to grow. If you’re a writer, it may go dormant for a season, but it will never die.
And since most writers are also avid readers, that time issue comes into play. There isn’t enough time in the day to write all the stories, blogs and novels swirling around in our heads, nor is there enough time to read all the books stacked on the floor in front of overflowing bookcases and on the nightstand. And I’m telling you to study the craft of writing? Yes. Yes. Yes.
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It pairs very well with coffee. Yes, my desk is always messy. I used to be a Neat Freak, can you believe it? Me neither, or would that be either? I haven’t finished that cup of coffee yet, so the neurons aren’t firing and I’m having a hard time staying on track.
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