How to Keep Writing with a Full Time Job

How to Keep Writing with a Full Time Job K.A. Laity
  • Title: How to Keep Writing with a Full Time Job
  • Author: K.A. Laity
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  • Page: 273
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  • How to Keep Writing with a Full Time Job K.A. Laity How to Keep Writing with a Full Time Job Have you always dreamed of writing but didn t think you had the time Award winning author K A Laity writer of the CHASTITY FLAME novel series OWL STRETCHING THE MANGROVE LEGACY and many books ess
    Have you always dreamed of writing, but didn t think you had the time Award winning author K A Laity, writer of the CHASTITY FLAME novel series, OWL STRETCHING, THE MANGROVE LEGACY and many books, essays and stories will help you attain your writing goals in just minutes a day with this short guide.
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    About K.A. Laity


    1. All purpose writer, Fulbrighter, uberskiver, medievalist, fl neuse, techno shamanka, Broad Universe Mavens of Mayhem social media wrangler, History Witch at Pagan Square, Pirate Pub Captain currently anchored in Dundee, Scotland kalaityWorks include WHITE RABBIT, EXTRICATE, HARD BOILED WITCH, A CUT THROAT BUSINESS, A LA MORT SUBITE, LUSH SITUATION, OWL STRETCHING, CHASTITY FLAME, UNQUIET DREAMS, THE CLADDAGH ICON, ROOK CHANT, PELZMANTEL, UNIKIRJA, CON EIRE as well as editor of WEIRD NOIR and NOIR CARNIVAL Writer of a wide variety of stories, essays, plays, and humour pieces Also writes as C Margery Kempe erotic romance , Kit Marlowe historical romance Graham Wynd noir.


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    1. This book came on to my radar with almost perfect timing I decided to give NaNoWriMo a proper go this year I even had a couple of pages of outlining done That s when I realized that it couldn t possibly work without massive cliches or sexual violence Neither of which appeals to me Oh bother I ll just go and cry in the corner.I grabbed a copy of this book and settled down for a read What I like about this book is the easy going informal and relaxing style I could feel myself calming down as I rea [...]

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    2. Great book for aspiring writers looking to put up or shut up Lots of good advice on making the time, how to stop making excuses, and just get on and do it Has less for those who already have an established writing practice, but that s obvious from the title The techniques here won t work for everyone, but they re undoubtedly a great place to start in figuring out what DOES work for you Even for those of us who already mostly make time to write every day, there are little nuggets of wisdom in her [...]

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    3. This is a nice little package of ideas and techniques for managing writing It s inspiration than an exacting how to there s no step by step instructions, which is a good thing, because I suspect this is one of those things where you have to make your own path.There wasn t a great deal that was new to me as I ve read a few of these I keep ignoring the basic principle of apply seat of pants to seat of chair and reading writing guides instead of, you know, writing, though

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    4. I enjoyed this book a lot it s a quick read and motivating Laity makes you feel like writing is possible even with a hectic schedule She lays it out simply, step by step The great thing is you already know many of the things she writes, but she does it in a way to make it new again.

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    5. Best book on writing out there Over the years I ve read too many books on writing Some were good on the mechanics of writing but most fell short on what it means to be a writer This is brilliant So you want to be a writer Read this first.

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    6. Very inspiringThank you K.A for this book It s down me some simple truths that I keep overlooking I forget that it comes down to Write, because you are a writer.

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    7. K A Laity actually, Dr Laity she has a PhD in Medieval Studies knows how to write, and how to write a lot As she noted, I wrote my novel Pelzmantel while I was writing my dissertation on Old English, Old Norse and Old Irish I wrote The Mangrove Legacy as a 500 word per week serial that ended up over 100,000 words long I ve written academic works at the same time as I ve been writing genre fiction So keep in mind, I speak from the perspective of being a very busy woman with a demanding job, impor [...]

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