With the two jobs I work and the myriad of things I have to do in my life, I must be disciplined and focused to have the time to accomplish all I’d like to do as a writer. And, believe me, there is a lot to do.
Ideally, I wish I had the type of financial freedom to do nothing but write. And read. And travel. And go back to school. But that’s not reality. It might someday be reality and, then again, it might not.
Here is what I’d love to accomplish on a perfect day as a writer:
On my novel(s): 2,000 words.
On my short stories: 2,000 words.
Then, write a journal of the day’s events, a few essays based on things that come to mind, update my blogs, write a few poems and read from both the Bible and another book or two. Perhaps throw in a writing exercise or two. Peruse through writing magazines. Visit online forums where writers are. Submit my work to editors.
That’s not too much, is it?
Ideally, this all can and should be accomplished each day, presently. A writer writes now.
Richard Zowie wishes he had only one superpower–the ability to need no sleep. Post comments here or e-mail them to firstname.lastname@example.org.