The biggest excuse that “wannabe” writers give for not writing is that they don’t have the time.
“Q) What does a typical writing day look like for you? How long do you write, that sort of thing?
A) I do most of my writing during my lunch breaks at work. Typically, a few minutes are spent actually eating, and then there are a few minutes of stalling and procrastinating before I dig in and start typing. 50 minutes or so isn’t a lot, but I’ve found I can do about 5000 words in a good week, which allows me to write a book every year in addition to some short fiction.”
- from Wyrdsmiths; Q&A with Jim Hines–Goblin War So, um,yeah, an hour a day really is all it takes, if you really want to write. Really. So, uh, guess what? Yeah, that means no more excuses…
Also, I recently purchased a book titled Time To Write, with the intention of finding ways to make regular writing part of my normal weekly routine. Well, writing beyond this blog, that is!
Advice from your Uncle Jim:
"You can't go back and have a brand new start, but anybody can start now and have a brand new end."