Sunday, February 5, 2012

What "I'm sick of Writing" Really Means

Another fun post for today (though I take full credit for this one). I thought it would be a good way to start/end the week. 
When Writers say "I'm sick of Writing", they really mean:

  1. I have writers block. I hate writers block. 
  2. I've been bent over a computer screen so long, it hurts to sit up straight
  3. Stop asking me about my story. I don't want to talk about it!  
  4. I just started revising my tenth draft. 
  5. I need to hear I'm a great writer. Tell me I'm a great writer!  
  6. My hand is so cramped, it hurts to sign my name. 
  7. I've gained ten pounds from converting my workout time to writing time (and snacking on chocolate and cookies time) 
  8. I spent weeks working on a new story idea, only to hear of a bestseller with the same plot.
  9. I need to spend sometime away from imaginary people. 
  10. I want your paycheck. 

Well, I'm off to work on my non-fiction thesis and study for psychology. Feel free to add more. Hope everyone has a great week! 

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