You Are Not Always Going to Love Writing


Check out this post from the Novelty Revisions blog that tells us You Are Not Always Going to Love Writing

Meg Dowell Writes

As I sat down to start writing this blog post two hours ago, I realized very quickly that writing this post was the absolute last thing I wanted to do in that particular moment. Which is why two hours have passed, and I am just now getting around to writing it.

Many forms of writing advice catered to the masses — including my own — consistently make the point that you can’t just stop writing when it becomes challenging. The truth is, technically, that you can do whatever you want. If you want to stop writing at any point, you can absolutely do so.

But if you are someone truly dedicated to your art, and you want to pursue it, but you are worried about having negative feelings toward your practice, first of all, know this is completely normal. Even I still feel disappointed when I get to a point…

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