It’s been a crazy, exciting, depressing, exhilarating and trying year. So far anyway, but normalcy seems to have returned and with it a hope to return to regular posting once again. To start off my return to the blogosphere, I thought I’d post a few thoughts on writing in general.
For me, the problem with being a full time writer and a part time anything else is that if the part time anything else is paying the bills the full time writing may end up being conceptual rather than actual.
I’ve been dealing with this for a good time now - pretty much the last year has been a struggle to find, much less put on the writer’s hat.
I actually went back and read a few of my prior post and low and behold, there are some pretty good ideas there.
The main take away, and this will likely earn me the title of captain obvious, is that sure there are only 24 hours in the day, but it’s not, or at least shouldn’t be a problem to find one or two to do some writing.
Yes, The Walking Dead is back on – the premier was pretty cool if I must say – and sure it’s college football season again – GO COCKS! However, no matter how you cut it there are plenty of hours in the week to get pen to paper or at least fingers to keyboard.
So my motivation to finish out 2012 is going to be, “Write now, edit later.” We will see how this goes as I work to finish the follow up to The Trust.
I’ll be back regularly with more thoughts on reading, writing and all things in between, oh and yes, photography (The photos you see are mine. I'll post a new one with each post.)
So while you’re here why not read a chapter from my book or even buy a copy of your own. A portion of all proceeds from the sale of The Trust will be donated to canine related charities.
Sean Keefer is the author of The Trust, a tale of mystery/suspense set in the Lowcountry of South Carolina.
The Trust is the Debut Novel from Sean Keefer.
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