Yeah yeah. I know. It's August and I still haven't finished April's A to Z Challenge. I'm getting there, though.
For those of you who missed it, my theme was: Things Writers Should Know About Writing, and I planned to post once a week on the theme until it was done. But then I published two books and held a month long blog tour...
Which actually brings me to the whole point of today's post.
Since I define writers as people who are writing, (as supposed to people who say "I have this great idea, but I just don't have time...") this relates to actual writers having time.
More specifically, I want to point out that writers very rarely have any time to spare. We never have enough time to write enough. And when we do, we don't have time for anything else.
It's a curse, I tell you.
It is, however, quite normal, and you needn't feel guilty about it.
Nor should you feel guilty when you steal time.
Or when you make time, be it to write or not.
You're writing. Even if it's only a small bit at a time.
You're writing, and that's the important thing.
What's your relationship with time like?