The Benefits and Drawbacks of Immersion for Writers – by Hayley Watkins…

on Live, Write, Thrive site:

Immersion is often a wonderful experience. It’s a particular state of mental involvement that many of us, as writers, find deeply comforting and satisfying, and it’s quite likely that it’s what draws you back again and again for more.

But like so many things, immersion is a double-edged sword.

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