Writing in a Small-Sized World Traci Kenworth – A Dash of Seasons

Writing in a Small-Sized World 3/18/2020 Traci Kenworth Now that our worlds have become infinitely smaller, we must learn the secrets to writing in a small-sized world. Shakespeare did it and wrote some great material. Mary Shelley wrote Frankenstein, no less. Throughout the ages, when push comes to surrender, we must learn to compromise and bring our stories home to the world around us. Don’t Push Yourself. If you only wrote an hour previously in the way things were, why struggle to write nonstop? It’s only going to run you ragged and your family won’t appreciate being ignored during this time. Instead, practice writing in a few small bursts. If you did one hour, write two. Go for a third, only if you feel you need to. If you wrote half a day before, increase a couple more hours or even three or four more. All depends what you can fit in. I assume, many of you are still putting in a full-time job at home. Remember not to give that up. It does, after all, pay the bills. On the Other Hand, if You’ve Always Said: “One day I’ll write a book,” Now’s the Time! Set aside a little time each day to work up to your masterpiece. Ten. Set a timer. Increase to fifteen as two more days go along

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