A Couple of Writing Tidbits
In Kate Krake's world, if you can write, write. If you can't, plan. It's all good.
I've always considered the sessions I spend planning, editing, or brainstorming future projects to be fairly blatant procrastination. A slightly higher, potentially more on target form than the kind of procrastination that involves me tackling our six-foot high laundry pile, but procrastination nonetheless. After all, it's time spent doing something other than stringing words together on a page. I plan, edit, or brainstorm on the days when I don't feel up to putting even two words together, much less 200, or 2000. But Kate Krake makes a good argument for viewing those thinking marathons as time spent feeding my writing -- not simply time taken away from it.
These all sound great, but you know what I really need? An app that will for me.
A Wee Bit of Encouragement
Been there. Doing that. This week in fact.
And Finally, My Favorite Writing Tweet of the Week