Posts Tagged: solitude

How to Conquer Writer’s Block: Tip 53

WRITE, UNPLUGGED “And live alone in the bee-loud glade.” That was Yeats’ wish, and, more often than not, it’s mine. I love my family, but introversion and love of solitude are usually the defining characteristics of a writer’s personality. Who else would stare at a screen or sheet of paper for hours, contentedly (most of… Read more »

How to Conquer Writer’s Block: Tip 50

When I’m working on a project, I disappear. I try to remain in the real world, but The Project is almost always on my mind, even when asleep, pulling me, enveloping me. My calendar has been cleared, few new recipes are attempted (my obsession) and laundry and dust balls pile up. I spend hours alone…. Read more »