Life is stressful – managing things at work, paying the bills, looking after the house, fixing the car, communicating with the family.
But the writing life comes with its own unique stresses.
- The potential embarrassment of identifying yourself as a writer.
- The fear of the fickle muse.
- The panic of actual writing.
- The anxiety of what to do after you’ve written.
- The pain of sending your work out into the world.
Sounds overwhelming, doesn’t it?
The good news is: these stresses can be managed!
I’m currently working on an e-book taking each of these above stresses and breaking them down into manageable parts. The process is doing wonders for my stress and I can’t wait to share the information with you.
But to make sure I’m creating a book that will be useful to you, I need your help.
Please take a minute to tell me what stresses you face in your writing life. What are you finding overwhelming, frustrating, intimidating or just downright annoying?
The better I understand what you’re facing, the more detailed and helpful I can make my book.
Feel free to either share your thoughts in the comments, or e-mail me privately at firstname.lastname@example.org.