The Writer Is IN


Writers often know when they meet another writer before any words are ever spoken. When you see someone you know who is a writer or you attend a book signing or a writer is invited to your book club, there may come a quiet moment when the writer is just staring out into the distance. That's when the writer is IN.

  • In a trance
  • Lost in space
  • In a world of her own making
  • In a fog because that last plot point doesn't quite gel
  • In a tizzy because the characters are totally not behaving the way she expected
  • Listening in on a conversation between two of her characters
  • In a personal quiet zone because she's tired from all the chaos in her head
  • In a panic because she can't remember what she's making for dinner
  • In touch with her muse
  • Writing a scene in her head
  • Going to be in trouble if she doesn't find a title before Monday


Hope you have a fabulous September!

See you in October.



Comments

Love this post!!! I relate to your list.
Karen Baldwin said…
Yup! All of the above for me...I just can't do them while driving.
Rachna Chhabria said…
I was nodding my head at all your points :)
Jemi Fraser said…
Oh, yeah!!!
In a tizzy is most currently appropriate in my world!
Smiling - though many of those points apply to this reader as well.
Natalie Aguirre said…
I was agreeing with everything you said.
I guess I'm always in trouble since I can never think of a title...
Not a writer but can relate
Carol Kilgore said…
I'm glad all you writers found something to relate to :)
Carol Kilgore said…
Happy to hear from you, Jo-Anne. Your blog is great, so you're a writer, too :)
L. Diane Wolfe said…
LOL! I think I spend my entire week in a panic.
Carol Kilgore said…
We're all very different but still very much alike :)

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