I AM A LAZY WRITER!
Okay, maybe I’m not lazy, but I have the procrastination moves down pat. Okay, maybe I’m not the World’s Biggest Writing Procrastinator, maybe I have Writing ADD.
Nope. I’m lazy.
Why do I say this? The Internet tells me so.
Maybe not in so many words… The one good thing about being a writer and having access to the Internet is Monday morning. Honestly, I could turn off my computer the other six days, and Monday would be the key I’d want to waste my online time on.
(Of course, I’d have to adjust that rule for Donald Maass’s Tuesday Twittering. For a minute.)
I started this post last Monday before life got crazy; however, it’s not any different this Monday. For example, here’s a really good article on self-publishing by Bob Mayer, who’s one of my new writing gods. And for all you sh**** writers out there, there’s this article on the slash and burn. And of course, since I’m in the revise and revisit mode of my novel, this article likening the process to the infestation of bedbugs makes for an interesting read.
And the twitterverse is buzzing over BookEnds strategy for e-pubbing. Lots of comments on that one, folks.
For a wry look at the writing process, one can always find a laugh or two, and a gem of knowledge, from the Rejectionist.
Monday morning has now morphed into Monday afternoon (a scorchingly hot Monday afternoon), so I’ll take this moment to shut down the salt mine and go for a few hours of writing time – in air conditioned comfort.
See. I’m not really lazy. Just overwhelmed.