5 Ways To Recover From Writing Burnout

Nicholas C. Rossis

After churning out 16 titles in 4 years, I’ve decided to change focus in 2017. I’m now focusing on promoting my books and have slowed down the actual writing. Part of the reason is practical; thanks to the arrival of the wee one, my writing time has been greatly reduced. But I was also starting to exhibit some of the symptoms described below. Instead of letting writing become a chore, I decided to shift gears. So, this post is particularly relevant to me. Hopefully, it will be helpful to you, too.

Rachel Jacson | From the blog of Nicholas C. Rossis, author of science fiction, the Pearseus epic fantasy series and children's booksThis is a guest post by Rachel Jackson, a mother of 2 beautiful boys. Rachel loves to hike and write about traveling, education, and business. She is a Content Manager at VPN Compass – a leading portal on VPN services and internet.

How to Recover From Writing Burnout

Writing burnout is the worst. It’s a complete headache when you write…

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