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There are certain days when writing is all but impossible. Days when the muse has vacated your mind and left you wondering why staring at a blank page is so daunting. There are weeks when writing comes easy, the muse tickling your creativity in ways you never knew existed and a couple thousand words a day earns a shrug and a nod.
There are also those days when your muse is screaming at you to get words done, but you can barely hear it over the din of busy, busy, busy. You have so much going on, you can’t remember that gravity works until you come crashing down.
And there are the days when actual writing has been put on hold. Your first draft is complete, the edits on another book are done, and all you have to do is brainstorm. The muse loves this time. She speaks quickly, telling you story after story and angle after angle. You have choices.
Where are you in your writing process? Is your muse speaking to you, screaming at you, or hiding?