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Melissa White says
Also, sorry for long post :o
Carolee Samuda says
Sorry about the misspellings, it's supposed to be "mind bending practice"....lol
I always try to write on Sunday, which is my one totally free day off, and I have a backlog of ideas. I have to do some yardwork. Maybe that will do it, thanks,
Unique Hiram says
Hey Will, it's just that some of us do it to make a living. As for me I have a quota to reach each month because of the Apprenticeship program. I have 11 more hubs to go this month.
I don't do this for a living, so I'm not affected by "dry spells". In fact, the reason why I never wrote professionally is a deadline automatically causes brain freeze. When I DO want to write and can't, I simply do something unrelated for awhile.
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I'm with you on those "small steps without much effort"! One leads to another and another and pretty soon the task is done. Alas, it doesn't work for me in writing, though. (sigh...)
Beata Stasak says
I actually did receive a concussion from a nice hard slab of pavement a few months ago. When the dopiness cleared, I still felt kind of slow but I wrote probably seventy or eighty pages that week. Don't actually go out and hurt yourself.