Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Binge writing

Ok, I admit it. I'm a binge writer. 
In a perfect writing world I don't recommend it. 
In a perfect writing world you don't need it. 

For those of us who juggle ____,  ____ & _____ (Fill in the blank.), it can give you that shot in the arm, that sense of satisfaction, that scene full of possibility you can continue to mull over when Life calls & you have to quit to ______, ______, or _______. (Fill in the blank.)
Fellow writer Sally Bosco has it all down in print. She'll be teaching a workshop on binge writing at the Seton Hill University “In Your Write Mind” writing conference June 21-24, 2012. In preparation she interviewed several authors who admit to plowing through the process of transferring that scene in your head to the words on the page.   

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Take a look at what I (& other authors) have to say:

It might work for you. 
Keep in mind, however, you'll then be out of excuses.

1 comment:

Sally Bosco said...

Thanks for the post, Leslie! I hope people will attend the Seton Hill In Your Write Mind Workshop, June 21-24.