It’s time for another edition of The Insecure Writer’s Support Group, founded by Ninja Captain, Alex J. Cavanaugh.
Today’s question -
When the going gets tough writing the story, how do you keep yourself writing to the end? If have not started the writing yet, why do you think that is and what do you think could help you find your groove and start?
I’ve never had a problem working on more than one project at a time. Right now, I have four novelette length stories in various stages of writing/editing. So, I usually jump to something else that excites me more and when I return to the piece where I was stuck, I usually have a better plan. Or, I just skip ahead in the story and write the next scene that is working.
I’ve never been so stuck I couldn’t write anything.
However, I have been so strapped for time that I couldn’t write anything!
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Tour Stops Needed
Dancing Lemur Press has two books coming out in September and we are looking for two stops for both:
First Love: The Art of Making Doughnuts
An Insecure Writer’s Support Group Anthology
The sweetness of first love…
Release date: September 6, 2022
Dates already set – Sept. 5 & 12
By Deniz Bevan
Beauty to his Beast…
Release date: September 20, 2022
Dates already set – Sept. 1, 7, 13, 14, 16, 19, 20 & 21
On a personal note…
Today is one year since we lost my mother-in-law. Hard to believe it’s been that long. I still really miss her.
Fortunately, we got to spend some time with my husband’s father last month. He’d been wanting to take us to the Turpentine Creek Animal Refuge for two years. (A trip that got scrapped when Covid hit.) But we finally got to go! And such an amazing place – they have rescued so many big cats (and some small ones). We learned about each animal on display (maybe 25% of the total population there?) and all I can say now is never, ever support a place with white tigers (the inbreeding means they are all cross-eyed) or tigons/ligors (cross breeding lions and tigers means the cubs have really big bodies but their organs aren’t big enough to handle the size and they end up with all sorts of issues.)