Writing More, Blogging Less

Most writers have full-time jobs as well as writing, emailing, maintaining websites,  blogging, tweeting, pinning, Facebooking, linking, and whatever else social networking throws at us! It’s tough trying to make time for friends and family. It’s harder yet to find any downtime. Sometimes, my mind feels like a overtaxed computer with insufficient memory and an outdated version of Windows. I can’t do everything. It’s not humanly possible. And when I try to do everything, I don’t do anything well. So, my weekly blog has turned into a monthly blog, if I’m lucky. Facebook is a low priority and my tweeting has dwindled to occasional chirps.  I have to meet my writing deadlines and I want to spend time with my family. If cutting back on cyber-interaction is the tradeoff, then I can live with that!


About fairysockmother

I am a Harper Voyager, UK author. Among Wolves, the first in an adult fantasy trilogy was released 2015. Grim Tidings followed in 2016 and Before Winter concludes the series in 2017! I have 19 traditionally published children's books including: the Abby and the Book Bunch series and a 2 Readers' Theater series both published through Magic Wagon, a division of the ABDO Group, at www.abdopublishing.com. My first picture book, "The Christmas Cats" was released by Pelican Publishing in 2011. I have reviewed YA material for VOYA magazine for almost 28 years. Follow me on Twitter as FairySockmother and visit my website: www.nancykwallace.com.
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2 Responses to Writing More, Blogging Less

  1. Sharon Savage says:

    Absolutely, Nancy. Sometimes it seems *everything* is a priority – you need to step back, find center, and recharge. You are an amazing lady with a wonderful gift. Hugs!

  2. Sharon says:

    Totally understandable.

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