Finding Time

What a difference fourteen days make!  While hubby traveled and since I was forced into an early retirement, I had fourteen days without schedules.  Wasted the first five, excuses are my best friends and I use them often to put off concentrating on edits or a particularly difficult scene.  After those first five days, I got into my groove.   I focused on writing several hours a day, sometimes into the wee morning hours.

Working a stressful full time job was not conducive to writing a novel, but obligations and distractions are equally handicapping.  Working spouses have expectations of non-working spouses, after all most people do not think writing is work.  Maybe that changes once a novel becomes a best seller, until then writers who do not contribute financially, may seem unproductive.

Am I the only one struggling to find time to write?


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