This is a guest post by Iona Caldwell, druid, mother, author, and wife, who has written the British Occult Fiction, Beneath London’s Fog.
How I Wrote A Novella in a Month as a Stay At Home Mom
“Mom!!” How many times have you heard this when you try to sit down to write? Isn’t it funny how you ask them if they need anything and they promise up and down they’re good? It happens again: the fighting, fussing and questions wondering why you have to work since they’re out for the summer.
Worry not, parents, this is not a unique thing.
Let’s face it, we love our kids but it’s hard to sit down and write when you have to play referee. I’ve heard stories of parents who had to wait to write their books until their kids grew and left the house.
I have a six and seven-year-old…
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Thank you, Chris! I’m glad you enjoyed the post 🙂
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