You’ll find hundreds of articles like this. And yes, I know this article might just get lost in the void. Sure, some of those tips from professional writers and editors, and people with 20 books under their belts. But we’re all different and we all have different tactics for getting through this. Here are mine.
It’s beginning to look a lot like January – cold, dark and wet. The Christmas decorations are down for most, although we keep ours up until 12th night (5th), I just don’t have the heart to put the lights on after New Year’s Day night. Summer is long enough ago to be a memory andContinue reading “Winter, Seasonal Affective Disorder, and the Writer”
This post is a little tongue in cheek, and there is definitely a case of “many a true word spoken in jest”; I’m sure most of us have heard this at some point but these are the things never to say to, and questions never to ask, a writer.