In this time of self-quarantine, I have had nothing to do other than think. And that is awesome! But in the thinking–I’m thinking. With that thinking, I am wondering. I’m allowing my imagination to twirl, swirl and stretch and run.
I have the time to wonder…and I haven’t had that in a minute.
Wondering is powerful for a writer. Being able to have your mind unfettered so you can create is rare in a world where everything has an app.
Value the time to wonder, dear ones. Maximize it. It’s rare and wonderful.
What would you think about if all you can do is think?
After starting this project in January, it took the current situation of being self-quarantined that allowed me to finish this. But, at last, it is done! I hope that you all enjoy it and it becomes a tool in your writing journey.
It is available in paperback, ebook, and is live on Amazon now!
If you are, you shouldn’t be. You already know what it is there–whatever you placed there in the light, was there when there was no light. Today, I want you to turn on the light. I want you to realize the things you create and may have stowed away aren’t scary.
The only scary thing is when you decide nothing you create is worth looking at.
Even work you delay is written one word at a time.
In finding the bravery to keep going to complete your work, understand the doubts will come. They will try and root. They will whisper to you. They will discourage you. But have courage, fellow oracle. Have courage!
Continue the work. Finish the work–one word at a time.