I hate beginnings

When starting a new project you have no idea where it is going, how good it’s going to turn out. Whether your idea is going to go the full length.

It is said, it’s better to get words down and have something to work with than to stare at a blank sheet.

Yesterday, I found it hard to focus. I jumped from one project to the next. I know once I’m in the flow, and know who my main character is, the ideas will start coming together and I shall be okay.

One of the problems I had yesterday was I kept worrying that I hadn’t done enough with the novella. I now feel I rush it. Have I spoiled my chances at finding a publisher for my work.

Who knows? I shall have to wait and see.

That’s the problem with writing. It is the waiting. We have to keep reminding ourselves that all publishers have more than one project on the go. They aren’t just waiting for us to get back to them.

Today, I must get my head down, and work on one project at a time. Hopefully it will all come together in the end.

Right, now to make up my mind as to which of the three, I’m going to work on first…🤔hmm🤨😟😞

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