Traits of the Successful Author—Discernment

We’re pleased to reblog this item about discernment from Kristen Lamb. I’ve just made the following comments to her blog: What a timely and appropriate blog this was for me. I have considered blogging a similar one as your life sounds so like mine in trying to find time for everything and not let either the family or the writing/editing go by the wayside. This is definitely worth a reblog. Gayle Moore-Morrans

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Many of you who follow this blog have a dream to be a successful author. This requires writing, social media, blogging, revisions, and on and on and on. It’s a lot of work and life, family, kids, day jobs, and housework all provide tempting distractions. The past two days here in Texas have had gorgeous weather and I just wanted to go do something outside and enjoy the balmy temperatures before being thrust into three months of triple-digit hell.

But I needed to finish my revisions. Sigh.

Tuesday, I spent all day with a paper copy of my new book doing line-edits for the umpteenth time. I was finding stuff three other outside editors missed. I worked until my vision was so blurry I couldn’t keep going. Wednesday? Instead of going outside? I finished entering the revisions.

Ah, Life

I was going to indulge in sleeping in today and maybe…

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4 thoughts on “Traits of the Successful Author—Discernment

    • Thanks for your interest. However, we do have a Facebook page. Check out Gayle’s business page on Facebook. Just search for Ian’s name: Ian Moore-Morrans, and that Facebook page will come up. You can “like” it and be part of our followers on Facebook. Best wishes.


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