Wednesday, June 23, 2010

From Tina Wexler

Dynamo ICM agent Tina Wexler writes:

Having a daily word count can be great, but remember that sometimes when you're doing nothing -- sitting in traffic, staring out a window -- you're doing more work on your manuscript than if you were pounding on the keys. Allow yourself that time to ponder, to let your mind wander. The words will get written, but first you must find them.


Suzanne Casamento said...

Very true. For me, taking a walk is the best work I can do when writing. The ideas churn as I move.

claudia said...

Since I have little butt-in-chair time, I am so grateful to be reminded of the "writing" I'm doing other times.