Crazy week for me so I’m skipping writing about Writing Sins and instead I’m going to talk about what happens when you get it right. And right now you’re asking yourself ‘get what right?’ Well what I mean to say is, do you ever/ have you ever, had one of those moments where you wrote something that you absolutely loved? REALLY loved? Where you thought to yourself, ‘Oh yea! I fricking NAILED that one!’.
I have to admit that I can count all the times this has happened to me on two fingers. But damn, when it does happen…bliss! It’s the only time I truly find myself sticking to my guns and not giving a damn if anyone else likes it or not. If a publisher doesn’t like it, fine, I’ll change it, but till then, I’m proudly going to my death bed thinking ‘That right there is fricking genius!’ 😉
Have you ever had such a moment and if so how often? And for those published, have you had to change something or delete something that you felt this strongly about, and how did that feel, how did you adjust?
Love to hear your comments on this one folks!! Thanks! 🙂
Tammy’s Writing Tip of the Week
My tip this week is based on something I tried out myself recently. I listen to a lot of audiobooks and as I’m listening I’m thinking, hmm, wonder what my chapter would sound like? So I voice recorded it just to see. I always read my work aloud but have never before recorded it. What an interesting perspective! I highly recommend that you should try this it at least once. 🙂