How do I manage to write full time and also be a full time mom? The short answer: I don't. These two engagements do not happily co-exist. Any articles out there that confirm you can have kids at home all day and a writing job all day are glossing right over several very important details. Similar to advising tourists to [...]
In which other authors offer wise advice that I ignore in the best new-author tradition.
What I really meant was "love my book with gentle, reverent hands," and you went full viking on it. Blood and guts everywhere.
I can't help it, the term gives me a mental image of headhunters every time.
I may not have gone where I intended to go, but I think I have ended up where I needed to be. -Douglas Adams
Slogging through the Query trenches. In which there is a lot of angst and some hot chocolate.
That sounds vaguely threatening.
But the little bastards won't play along
I still would have done it wrong the first time.
"Full time writer" sounds so much more glamorous than "going crazy trying to find a few minutes to write in between kid wrangling".