This Is When You’re Most Likely to Lose Interest In a Writing Project (and How to Keep Going)


Check out this post from the Novelty Revisions Blog that tells us This Is When You’re Most Likely to Lose Interest In a Writing Project (and How to Keep Going)

Meg Dowell Writes

Think back to the last time you came into contact with a brand-new idea for the first time. Do you remember how it felt?

Maybe it was unexpected — you were just minding your own business when it wandered into your life. Maybe you were secretly hoping something would come along but had all but given up on the possibility — but you just kept holding on.

Regardless, chances are you were an absolute wreck — in a good way — when this new idea hit. You couldn’t think about anything else. It seemed the more you thought about it, the more the idea began to expand inside your head — almost as if the story was already writing itself with each passing second (and without you).

This is, by far, one of the most exciting states of being a writer — those moments you are so captivated by a…

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