Nine Things You Can Do To Keep Writing When You’re Too Sick Or Tired To Write

January of 2013 has been a tough time for us all with colds and flu and just plain old ordinary exhaustion. A writer must write- but what do you do when you’re too sick or tired to write?

Well, here’s a list of nine things you can do to keep developing your writerly skills when the flu has laid you low.

  1. Read- Great story tellers get that way by loving stories.
  2. Think about your story.- What comes next?
  3. Play word games, such as Free Rice
  4. Watch stories in your genre on TV- get a feel for their flow
  5. Hold an imaginary conversation with your character- Get to know him better.
  6. Do simple research online.
  7. Program your dreams for creative ideas
  8. Be still and listen to what your inspiration has to whisper to you
  9. Restrestrest and regain your strength to write again

And feel better soon :)…

Catherine Kane

1/31/13

For more information on Catherine’s books, “Adventures in Palmistry”, “The Practical Empath – Surviving and Thriving as a Psychic Empath”, her urban fantasy “The Lands That Lie Between”  and her new book “Manifesting Something Better” all from Foresight Publications, click here

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