Calling Time Out on Writing in Public


I’m calling time out on my story Broken Notes, because things have been so chaotic it’s been hard to keep up.  Mainly, it’s because of my job, which probably should be done by 2-3 people, and hit the point right before Thanksgiving where I hit mission failure.  The Army soldier in me, where it’s “accomplish the mission,” hated doing the fact I couldn’t do the mission.  But I told people that I couldn’t make the deadlines any more.

After I saw this post from Kristine Kathryn Rusch on indie writers and scheduling, I realized also that I wasn’t being realistic about my time.  If I wasn’t working, I was trying to write something.  What I wasn’t doing was taking a day off–a real day off–each week.

So I’m having to step back and figure out how to rebalance everything to keep from burning out.  I’ll still work on the story, but offline, where I can do it.

4 thoughts on “Calling Time Out on Writing in Public

    • Linda Maye Adams December 17, 2017 / 3:25 pm

      Thank you. It’s hard trying to figuring out the pacing and I’ve been running at too long without paying attention to that. I don’t want to burn out!

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  1. Harvey Stanbrough December 16, 2017 / 3:27 pm

    Don’t blame you a bit. Hang in there. A lot of us are pulling for you.

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    • Linda Maye Adams December 17, 2017 / 3:24 pm

      Thank you. I’m hoping that things are going to get worked out soon.

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