ArchiveJanuary 2020

Week four: Fun when writing


Writing should be fun. But we often feel like it’s anything bet, yet we keep coming back to it, as if we’re all masochists enjoying the pain. But, what I’ve found, is what hurts the most, is not writing, when you were planning to. If there’s a valid reason, it’s not that much of a problem.But when it’s because you simply decided you won’t write, or...

Week three: Habits


Writing is tough. It’s a thought that races through all of our minds at the moments where the writing isn’t churning at light speed. The moments where you stare out of your window, looking at anything and everything, for as long as it takes you away from the inherent frustration of your computer screen. I suffer from it too, as all writers do. And it’s been a struggle for me for the past seven...

Week two: Of sinuses and headaches


Hey everyone, and welcome to my weekly report on writing this book on a much too short time frame. This week, I finally could start the writing itself. And, as is typical for moments like this, I got sick. By Monday, the headache was already present. But bearable. By Tuesday I failed to look at a screen for longer than half an hour. Wednesday, I slept for at least twelve hours, still feeling...

Week One: The snowflake method


When I first started writing, I had the same idea most, or at least, many new writers have. All I wanted to do, was write the damn book. Get it out there, I’d made the decision to write, so that’s what I wanted to do.So I did, then edited it, got a headache, maybe cried a little along the way. Then sent that chaos of a book to my friends and… let’s just say it wasn’t...


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