How To Come To Terms With Your Book Is Not Going To Write Itself #SundayBlogShare #Writer

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This is a tough one and can take some writers several years to come to terms with.

You will have an unfinished draft novel, sat in a drawer or lounging on top of your writing desk or loitering in your writing file on your computer. All book writing momentum will have left your writer body. The thought of sitting down and ploughing on for another thirty thousand words will not be an appealing one.

It’s at this stage you start to consider the possibility of the following:

  • Magical elves scurrying in during the small hours and writing the rest of your book.
  • Waking up one morning to find its all been a bad dream and your completed manuscript lying on your bedside table.
  • A famous best-selling author replying to your ‘my #unfinishednovel is making me sad’ tweet with ‘let’s meet for coffee and chat through your book. I might…

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