by Maggie Toussaint
Summer is a jagged time for me to write. I start writing. Something happens. I stop. I do something else. I come back to my story. I wonder what I was thinking. I have to take time to reread what I wrote before I can move on. I start again.
Does this sound familiar?
Seems like I'm doing a lot of writing, but the effort is dispersed over several projects so that no one thing is getting finalized. This is hard for me since I am by nature a linear person. Once I start something, I like to stay with it until I'm done.
But I'm learning flexibility in all things; and really, isn't that what life is about? Adapting to meet our challenges?
romance and mystery author