Things You Can Do Instead of Suffering From Writer Jealousy #MondayBlogs #MondayMotivation

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This post is for all those amazing writers out there, who are currently riddled with writer jealousy and are sat staring at another writer’s work, with green eyes and a facial expression similar to that of a bulldog chewing a thistle.

We all suffer from writer jealousy. Some of us have spent hours staring at a writer’s fancy book launch tweet and struggled with the urge to throw rotten vegetables at our phone screen. Some of us have walked away from our creative projects after reading a fellow writer’s amazing book and wept softly in a corner, as it would take us a million years, a brain transplant and a ghostly visitation from Shakespeare for us to write like they do. Some of us have gritted our teeth so much, whilst reading about the literary successes enjoyed by some writers, we have had to go see a dentist.

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