Getting Over the Hump

My creative headspace has looked a bit like this lately:

 

 

 

 

 

I’m envious and a bit in awe of authors who write everyday, no matter what. They tend to have this theory of ‘write something’, even if it’s crap, just to stay mentally limber and develop good writing habits.

Me, if I tried to do that, most days my writing would look like this:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

And I would like this:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

That said, at some point you really do have to write SOMETHING or risk giving up altogether (even if it’s just a post full of crazy camel haikus).

Working all day long / My boss thinks this is water / What else would it be???

 

Don’t know ’bout Yankee
/ But this Doodle is dope fly / Don’t hate, Bee-ahh-chez!

 

Hey I did warn you / Don’t ask me “what day is it?” / That shit’s got real old

 

And last but not least / “Your thoughts on camel haikus?” / Make it freaking stop!!

 

 

 

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tpanek

Wife of more than 20 years, mom, wrangler of a houseful of furbabies, and certified crazy person… Writing has always been a passion. I’m also an avid reader of everything from sci-fi/fantasy to historical accounts of creepy medical history. My first book A Home For Baby Acorn can be found on Amazon and Blurb, and my first adult venture – Wait, What Were We Talking About – will be available later this year.

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