Suspense Sisters blog today, posting about procrastination and its effect on writers.
Someone (the attribution is unclear) said that writing is easy--you just sit down and open a vein. Raymond Chandler put it this way: "I only write when inspiration strikes. Fortunately, inspiration strikes at 9 AM each day." James Scott Bell sets a daily word count, and starts his morning by writing three hundred fifty words (his "nifty three fifty"). Habits of writers differ, but most of us have one thing in common. Given the opportunity, we'll put off writing.
To see the rest of the post, click here. See you back on Friday.