Insecure Writers Support Group: Slump

wp-1462383471325.jpgThis is my monthly post as part of the Insecure Writer’s Support Group, a great group of supportive writers, helping one another through our writing ups-and-downs.

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Yikes!

August has snuck up on me. Completely.

I think my writing is suffering from some of the same issues that a lot of other pieces of my life are – I’ve been trying to cobble together the energy to make progress and find focus. I’ve spent the month just sort of stuck.

And that’s really all I have to contribute this month. I do have hopes that I’ll be able to make some more progress in August – push myself to edit a bit, or write something new. I want, at the very least, to start doing some journaling. Things have been so off kilter and out of sorts that I feel like i need to get some grounding under me before I reach too far.

4 thoughts on “Insecure Writers Support Group: Slump

  1. Great post – there are days when it’s tough to be inspired to write, or the real world gets in the way of creative inspiration – so you acknowledge it and refocus…the great thing is that there are no rules or minimums

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  2. I still have piles of papers of things to go into my non-fiction book about tarot which I hardly touch, but we got three ‘used’ cats from the shelter recently, and one perches on the papers and chews them up when he’s in the mood for attention. They’ve done more on the book than I have this month or so! Good luck to all–

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