Well, I didn’t see this coming.
Here I am, so eager to write new chapters for a new book that I don’t want to stop and make time to submit. No forcing myself to put butt in seat. No beating myself up because I skipped out on my commitment to write for a couple of hours. I’m doing it. Just plugging away, cheerfully, eager to see what the next 2,000 words may hold.
Am I on a creative roll? Have I finally grown up as a writer?
Or have I taken submission procrastination to a whole new level? Am I so desperate to avoid submitting that–shock–I’ll even write to get out of doing it.
Maybe it’s both. Even with more confidence, the ease of using Submittable, and my improved ability to shrug off rejection, I find submitting to be hard hard work.
I’ve let weeks go by without submitting a thing. Not part of the Year of Submission plan! I’m determined to send something, anything, out this week. Of course, I was determined to do that last week, too.
Meanwhile, I can honestly report that I #amwriting. (I believe that calls for a rousing “believe me.”) How about that?
2 thoughts on “When Writing Gets In the Way of Submitting”
I think you’ve got it going on! Like the sound of this…..💛🍁💛…..keep growing that body of work💕✨
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Thanks Kris! I’ve been so busy writing, I haven’t even checked back since posting…until now. 😉