Write what you love and love what you write.

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Can you love and hate something at the same time? Sure you can. For instance, I love writing, and yet I hate it. It’s so frustrating not being able to write all day, every day. For me this leads to lethargy, so that when I do have the time, I don’t have the inclination or the energy.

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As for marketing my work… pfft!

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The love affair between me and my writing has more than its fair shares of ups and downs. In spite of this, it’s a path I’ll stick to, until I’m either too senile to pick up a pen, or I’ve gone to that great writing group in the sky. πŸ™‚

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13 Responses to “Write what you love and love what you write.”

  1. Reblogged this on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog….. An Author Promotions Enterprise! and commented:
    I bet most of you will relate to this – call over to Kate’s place and leave a comment or have a chat with her (click on the View Original found at the bottom left of this reblogged article) πŸ˜€

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  2. Reblogged this on knowleselle and commented:
    It seems as if I am not the only one…My thoughts exactly this past week! Seems like all I’ve been doing is marketing, promoting, getting my ducks in a row. That doesn’t leave too much free time to put pen to paper!

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  3. I have a love/hate relationship with writing. It seems my urge to write comes at the most inconvenient times, like when I’m at work. By the time I get home from work and make dinner, I’m too tired to write. Then on the rare occasion I have lots of writing time, I spend my time playing spider solitaire or watching Law & Order SVU.

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  4. Nina Kaytel Says:

    Having all the time in the world to write gets old really quick. Take it from me. When my disability progressed to the point it is at now, and I wrecked my car, I had all the time to write in the world. It was fun when I finished my first book and by the third I was burnt out. I enjoy the few hours I have to write after babysitting for 11 eleven hours — I enjoy just knowing that I have X amount of time.

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    • I know what you mean, Nina, you can sometimes have too much of a good thing. That said, I’d like to have the choice, and not be stuck doing something I hate, five days a week. A few years ago, I was made redundant from my job, I got quite a good pay off, which enabled me to spend two years doing what I wanted, amongst which was writing. I loved it.

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  5. Totally understand where you are coming from sweetie, I feel EXACTLY the same most of the time! Sorry for delay too, now I eventually have my phones and internet back I have a LOT of catching up to do! πŸ˜€ xx

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  6. Amen to that πŸ˜€

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