Thursday, March 22, 2012


Ah, spring is in the air. Birds are chirping, squirrels are frolicking, flowers are starting to bloom. As Lord Alfred Tennyson said, "in the spring a young man's fancy lightly turns to thoughts of love." And a young writer's fancy turns to thoughts of writing romance?

Don't let this beautiful time of year distract you from your writing goals. One of the Seton Hill University Professors, Nicole Peeler, has a good blog post over at Pens Fatales: Time Strategies. Professor Peeler says, "The key to being a writer who actually finishes a book is not genius, or inspiration, or even talent. The key to finishing a book is one simple equation:
Butt + Chair + Writing Time² = Book."

I couldn't agree with her sentiments more, as I posted earlier: BICHOK. This stands for butt in chair, hands on keyboard.
The number one contributor to writing success is: Writing!

So, that's what I'm going to go do. Good luck doing the same. :)

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