Lately I have found myself talking a lot about writing, but actually doing very little of it. Oh, I will sit down at the computer, or with pen in hand, and I will turn off the Internet and focus only on writing for a bit, but no words end up in the page. And that has frustrated me. I haven’t been able to write that play, or even a short story. Which of course has frustrated me more.
The other day, Adrianna Prosser reminded me that writing needs to be practiced, and that if the writing muscle isn’t regularly exercised, it gets out of shape. So I need to exercise my writing muscles.
I need to write something every day, whether it’s a short (even a very short) story, a blog post or what ever. The important thing at this point is to just write.
So that’s the plan. Write something – anything – each day. Starting now.
Hey, at least you’re sitting down to make the effort to TRY. I haven’t even been doing that. And I have people waiting for a first draft of something. Maybe we should start a support group?
Why not? A support group is a great idea.