New Year’s Resolution:
I will finish writing a complete draft of at least one novel.
I say that as I sit on my couch watching Netflix like
In my head, I have several ideas to write about and it plays like a movie reel constantly. I’m pretty sure I imagine it more than I write, which I think might be my problem.
Realistically, I recognize that I need to rewrite my Wattpad version of one of my stories because it truly is cringe-worthy, but it’s my favorite idea and I love that story and see the potential in it. Unfortunately I have already pictured the “rewrite” in my head so it’s like I want to speed onto #2 in the series.
I really want to actually.
Okay, I have.
I know, I know. Priorities, but then my head spins out and I get left sitting there like, “What do I do?”
I believe in the advise of many great authors: to just keep writing, no matter what it is, just write.
Somebody in the writing world should coin that. Just write. That’s the key slogan circulating the writing world, similar to that of Nike’s slogan Just Do It. We hear it, we write it, for the most part we actually do it.
It ruminates in our minds during these dreaded periods of writer’s block, but you know what Nike? Sometimes a slogan just isn’t enough to get me off the couch and to the gym.