The question of the month:
How do you find the time to write in your busy day?
Lately, my internal time clock has been oh so kind to wake me up in the wee hours of the morning. I've decided to go with it and use the time before I have to get ready for work or start my day to write. Since I'm a morning person anyway, this works out well.
Onto insecurities. Well, I've had so much to juggle this year that insecurities have been shoved in a corner. When they rear the ugly head, I push them back. I just don't have the mental capacity to deal with them right now. The verdict is still out on if that is a good or bad thing. I'll let you know if I figure it out.
I did want to share a bit of inspiration. I was chatting with a friend recently about life and he made a comment that is so very true.
You only fail when you stop trying.
It resonated with me. Maybe because it was said at a time I needed to hear it. And even through we weren't talking about writing, it applies here too. So keep at it! Don't give up! If you do that, you are doing a great job and you should be proud of that.
In other news:
Challenging Destiny is available on NetGalley this month. I'd be forever grateful for help spreading the word. I made up a quick tweet for those who'd like to share the news:
#BookBloggers! Challenging Destiny by @CherieColyer is on #NetGalley Get it today! https://s2.netgalley.com/catalog/book/96880 #YAlit #PNR #angels #demons
How have you been? When do you find time to write? Are you keeping your insecurities at bay?
Thanks to Alex Cavanaugh and our co-hosts for keeping IWSG going. For those who aren't familiar with Insecure Writer's Support Group, just follow the link. It's a wonderful group.