It's been an eventful few weeks. Eventful meaning all that's eaten up my writing (and blogging) time. Granted, some of it is justified.
In case you've never seen a beach in Maine, here's Old Orchard Beach or better known as #OOB.
We took a much needed family vacation last week. Walked the beach, did some reading, and hung out with my younger brother's family. The week prior was eaten up by preparing our two oldest sons for college. And this week, thus far, is being gobbled up by two funerals. I was able to eek in some editing/writing during that previous week to prepare my MG manuscript for submission.
Me & the hubs being silly.
That leads me to more of this week's blogging time being already occupied. I'm subbing, so I might not be around a ton. My brain is also starting to ponder marketing ideas for my YA release next fall. But that will wait. I've been so swamped that I never even released my IWSG post. What the???? I've never missed before, so I'm hoping this boatload of wisdom I'm sharing counts. ;)
Basically: What eats most of your writing time? I'm talking about scheduled writing time. Do you find yourself distracted? If so, by what? That's my IWSG fear - I become so distracted by whatever that I lag myself out. Yup, just used that phrase and I actually like it.
The purpose of the IWSG is to share and encourage, posting on the first Wednesday of each month. You'll find writer doubts and concerns without fear of appearing foolish or weak. Support and a common understanding spread throughout the group as many fellow writers can relate. Feel free to JOIN in anytime.