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Beth K. Vogt

Besides working on a novel manuscript, I always have blog posts I need to write: my own M-W-F posts, as well as guest posts. Sometimes I use the smaller segments of time to work on these rather than on my work-in-progress (WIP). While not my #1 priority, I'm still checking things off my To Do list.

Rick Barry

Excellent suggestions, Edie! Although some people have assumed that I have huge blocks of spare time for writing, the truth is that most of my published works were created in bits & pieces of time here and there in my day. However, in my case I can know in advance that I must always write junk, and later I can revise it into good stuff. :)

Blessings to you!

Edie Melson

Beth, that's a great tip! Thanks so much for stopping by, Blessings, E

Edie Melson

Rick, I've found that if a writer is productive, people always assume he has large blocks of time. Not sure why, but that's our perception. Thanks so much for stopping by, Blessings, E

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