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Not What A Writer Wants To Hear – One-liner Wednesday #1linerWeds

 

 

 

This post is part of One-liner Wednesday:

One-Liner Wednesday – I’m Baffled

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So, You’re A Writer Funnies

Legends of Windemere

Kathy Bates in Misery

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Woody and Buzz from Toy Story

Pirates of the Caribbean

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(EVER FRIGGIN’ TIME!)

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How To Help An Author Funnies (Or Just More Funny Author Memes)

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Aragorn

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Some Disney Snowman Thing

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Damn right, Chuck.

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The curse of writer notes #amwriting #writerproblems #writing

Most of my notes tend to be in the pen and paper form

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Story notes, every writer has them!

Now there is nothing wrong with a writer taking notes. They are very useful, essential even, but if you are anything like me you acquire vast quantities of such notes and you never, ever, throw them away.

The Mobile Phone 

I love my mobile phone. I’ve got an iPhone which comes with this handy ‘Note’ app. I fill my phone notes app up with obscure commentary, scene ideas, and reminders to fix things. I do this at random times of the day and night. Typing on a phone is not always easy, you can hit the wrong key and autocorrect leaps in. Perhaps you are time pressured and you don’t have time to check the gibberish you just wrote. Or perhaps like me you are not wearing your glasses and it’s all a bit blurred so you hope for the best.

Later, when you come back to…

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You know you’re a writer when you’ve found a million ways to procrastinate #writer #writing

Guilty of reading and daydreaming 🙂

G.L. Cromarty

You know you’re a writer when you’ve found a million ways to procrastinate…here are a few tips to help you spot the procrastination pitfalls.

Reading really is the perfect excuse for any writer because you can convince yourself that it is actually helping you to become a better writer. Yes, it certainly is, but sometimes you do need to put the book down and get back to your keyboard and write.

Snacks.If you want to keep your writing brain in tip-top working order you need a snack, right? Yes, until you realise you’ve eaten enough food for a small party, and then it’s time to explore the possibility that you might be letting procrastination creep in.

Daydreaming is the birthplace of all good plot ideas. But maybe if you’re daydreaming about ‘fetching another snack’, it’s time to get on with actually writing the book!

Editing! Is the worst form of writer procrastination. You know you need…

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