It’s been ages since I’ve posted and it feels great to flex these muscles again. But, like any activity, it’s best to go easy at the beginning of a routine. So, I’m going to start off by re-blogging Belinda Williams’ witty and spot-on article on The Writing Job Description.
See if you have what it takes to be a writer.
Please leave all comments on Belinda’s blog. I’m still not 100% back!
Whether you’re a writer or not, you’ve probably come across one of these memes:
While you chuckle, there is an element of truth to some of these. And that truth is:
Writing is about a hell of a lot more than just writing.
When I started writing, I had a vague idea of what I was getting myself in for. With the release of my latest contemporary romance, The Pitch, later this month, I’ve got a much clearer idea. It’s the third book I’ve released (with two more due for release late this year and next).
A writing job description (Or, if only someone had told me all this earlier . . .)
Here’s all those things I’ve discovered are part of the job description for ‘writing’ but are not actually writing:
- Editing. That’s writing, you say! Huh. To a writer, editing is not writing. Editing is the…
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Love the graphic. Each and every image was spot-on. Thanks for brightening my day.
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I know! I also loved the graphic. Sometimes we just have to be reminded of how hard we work! 🙂 Thanks for being here, Jacqui