You can write something that is hard. Something you’ve not written before. Something that makes you think why am I trying this. Repeatedly. With every line.
Challenging yourself allows you to grow. It pushes your boundaries, and gives you new skills.
Write something that scares you. Write something that will be hard to write.
Challenge yourself. See what wonders come from it.
#Mondayinspiration is a chance for me to share my own motivational post it notes with the writing world at large. In the hope, maybe that someone else finds it as helpful as I do!
- Try again Today (Monday Inspiration)It’s not about winning, it’s about trying. It’s showing up, even though the last writing session knocked you back. Or the last rejection made … More Try again Today (Monday Inspiration)
- Quarantine (From the Archives)Day 45. Day 45 started much the same as Day 44 and Day 43. Both boring days, with no interlude aside from when the … More Quarantine (From the Archives)
- Wordcounts aren’t everythingWordcounts are a stable of any writer’s life. They’re an excellent way to measure progress through a draft, and a good way of working … More Wordcounts aren’t everything
- Writing On Caffeine – Character VoicesThis month in my newsletter, Writing on Caffeine, I’m looking at how to write characters, specifically how to craft a unique voice for your … More Writing On Caffeine – Character Voices
- You are where you need to be (Monday Inspiration)You might not have written your novel by the age someone else had finished three. You might have found this story later than you … More You are where you need to be (Monday Inspiration)
- How To: Write when you’re busyIn one of my blogs last month, one of the reasons I said why writing is a Good Hobby is because you don’t need … More How To: Write when you’re busy