Who knows how I'll feel tomorrow... Right?
I'm gonna be honest here: Writing isn't fun and games all the time. So often, I feel down in the dumps like all the hard work will never pay off. But then I write a great scene, and my confidence comes back. I smile and feel like the "King" of words again. Forgive the play on words.
I guess the point I'm getting at is I'm exhausted with all I've got to do--work, writing, social networking, socializing, sleeping, eating, etc...
But. And this is a huge-tastic BUT! (No play on words intended here)
The thing is I'M NOT GOING TO GIVE UP!
There has been many times I've dropped on my butt and said, "This is it. I'm caving. I'm done."
Did I? Obviously, nope. See this is how people get published, go the distance, run the race all the way, eat all of the pie, etc...
My point here is DON'T GIVE UP! You're almost there--one word, sentence, paragraph, page, chapter, book away from finishing. When you feel like it's too hard, scratch your head, get a drink of water, and turn on your computer again. Type some words and get back into the game--the fun and games of writing.
If Julia King (me) can do it----> anyone can!
What are your tips to overcome the woes of writing? Or friends, you can just vent out your frustrations to me. I'll listen.