Write like there’s no tomorrow

You know that feeling when you’re working and you get pissed off because you have to stop?

Your body needs sleep

Or the kids need their dinner

Or your husband needs to find out where the checkbook is?

That’s when you’re on a roll.

And despite all of the frustrations about writing, the rejection letters, the ages-long waiting period to hear back from people, the incredibly slow building of your platform and the maddening inability to find the right word, this is what you’re writing for. These moments. When everything’s just right, and the muse is on your side. It doesn’t come often, so when it does…

Write like there’s no tomorrow.

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