Sue Vincent had me over at the weekend, as a guest blogger on her site, where I shared a bit about how I’ve learned to make peace with the limitations my lifestyle puts on my capacity to write.
Hop on over, and take a look.
Rather a grand headline, I know, but you’ll understand where I’m coming from as you read further.
Amongst other things, I am a writer. Those ‘other things’ include caring for an elderly parent (two, until recently), and running a full-time business that involves a lot of travelling. I class myself as a professional part-time writer, as I’ve earned part of my living from my writing for decades now, first writing for magazines, then two traditionally published non-fiction books, and more recently, from my self-published fiction.
I want to share with you how I’ve learned to accept the limitations my lifestyle puts on my desire to produce books at the speed of other authors – something I’m never going to be able to do because, well, I happen to love my other business and would never want to give it up.
We live in a world where everybody has…
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