Category: Diary of a writer (page 1 of 2)

When trying to find… motivation

So as I’m writing this blog, I have not worked on my book for almost another month, and it’s starting to hurt as well as that I feel guilty. I feel guilty for not putting in the work I promised myself I would put into it, and I feel guilty for the book because I love that damn thing and yet I neglect it so badly. However, I might have found a glimmer of new motivation recently.

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When trying to find… energy

So last time I wrote about my inability to get myself to work on my book. My novel. My masterpiece. Or any other theatrical word. Maybe I should write a play, but then I remind myself that I don’t know how to write a play and that I have enough projects to finish before I start another one. So, back to work.

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When trying to find… a different approach

So I’m going to try something different with this column, mostly because I am utterly unhappy with it. Writing about writing is harder than I thought, and that says something because I talk about the concept and about my process with a lot of people who are also involved in some form of writing. However, I have run into a bit of a writers block when it comes to actually typing about my work and what I’m currently doing. So I’m going to try a different approach and really take you with me through my process.

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