Writing when it’s going great makes you feel invincible. The words are flowing, the scenes are coming together. You’ve solved that one plot hole you didn’t think you’d dig your way out of. The dialogue is on-point and your imaginary friends are talking. The muse has even blessed you with an abundance of ideas after all your sacrifices of chocolate.
Then there are the times when it’s not great. The days when doing the task before you is so unimaginable you want to give up.
On those days, all the flaws stick out and you can’t unsee them. To make it worse, you don’t know how to fix them and the anxiety is making that one thing you love not fun anymore.
You dread sitting down at those keys and tapping out a sentence. This isn’t the first draft when you’re putting down any words—good or bad. This is the
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