Writing and Day Jobs in the 18th Century

Seeing a lot of posts lately about the issue of balancing writing with a day job.

Some say its impossible to be inspired after a long day’s work.

Some say that they seize every spare moment for writing.

Some say it isn’t fair to expect them to work a day job if they’re writers.

I say this is not a new challenge. Check out How Will I Live? Fame, Money, Day Jobs and Fiction Writing

I also think there’s nothing wrong with working a day job in order to fund your dream.

What do you think?

Catherine Kane


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


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  1. Pingback: Son of Day Jobs of Famous Writers | catherinekanewrites

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