Check out this post from the Novelty Revisions blog which reminds us that All Writers Must Learn to ‘Balance’ Work and Play
When it comes to writing — and most writers — there seem to be two extremes: those who write all the time and don’t do much else, and those who wish they could write more but can never seem to write enough.
I have a theory as to why we don’t hear from the former type very much — I can say from personal experience that it’s hard to talk about “over-writing” because it sounds kind of elitist to complain about having too many ideas and too much work when there are those who struggle so much with this on a daily basis. But that’s a discussion for another blog post.
Here’s the truth: At the end of the day, writing is work. If you have dreams of getting published or working as a writer in a certain industry or gaining recognition for your words in any way, you will…
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SIMPLE, ONLY WRITE WHEN YOU HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY, CHINA
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