I’ve been busy writing my book for the last couple of months which has negatively impacted my blogging schedule. I’ve managed to write this regular article each week but nothing much else – hopefully that will change soon.
Excitement and Boredom
I loved the writing process – surfing the wave of excitement curling into despair and then gently rolling to the end. But I wasn’t prepare for the odd combination of emotions that editing would generate – excitement and boredom. Now those two emotions aren’t normal bed mates so it feels a little uncomfortable. I’m excited because the process is almost at the end and publication is imminent but the boredom of editing is brain numbing. Now don’t get me wrong I love reading the manuscript to check for errors but it’s the detailed computer work that is deadly. Checking consistent spacing, typeface, headlines format etc – oh my gosh it’s draining. Anyway I’ve spent the sunny days editing in my local church garden (no I’m not talking graveyard – it’s a garden for the church cafe), so I’m hoping the manuscript got a little blessing – every little helps as a UK supermarket chain is prone to say.
I’m pleased to share a range of great articles this week. So super charge your writing by diving into this week’s top 20 articles as decided by my social media buddies.
Check them out and see what you think….
20 Most Popular Writing, Self Publishing And Marketing Articles – Week 38
4. Simple writing tips with huge results – http://bit.ly/1JcY0MC
7. Free Apps Every Writer Should Be Using » XO PIXEL – http://bit.ly/1IfOqDJ
16. How to plot a romance novel – http://bit.ly/1I08zUf via Bridget-Now Novel
Well that’s this week’s writing advice on the world of writing – if you enjoyed this compilation, collated by Novel Experience, you’ll enjoy last week’s too – check it out here or check out the whole back catalogue here.
If you’d like me to submit one of your articles, or if you’ve read a great article and would like to share it with my other readers, drop me a line at email@example.com and, as long as it’s relevant, I’ll send it out and who knows maybe you’ll be included in next week’s top 20. Or, alternatively, you could just share it in the comments below.
Bye for now…