3. Other Writers
8. A Writing Spot
9. Alone Time
What did I miss?
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Hi! Cute post!!!!
Additionally, I don’t think it hurts also to have the support of family and friends as well as a lot of caffeine. 🙂
Yes, they are all important. I’d add chocolate as well. Thanks Stephanie for stopping by.
I’d be happy with the “Alone Time” at this point!
Aah, you must have children. 🙂 I know how that goes. I’m lucky if I get seconds let alone minutes or hours. But, sometimes penting it up produces great work.
Thanks for stopping by:)
Something to write on. :p
Yes, that should have been my number one, hahaha. Thanks for stopping by Jack, nice to meet you!
It might just be my experience… Meeting other writers is something else… Hmmm… It seems that most of the writers I know or have met are overly-pensive(granted?) and somewhat shy – it can be disconcerting… The ones trying to be poets are a little bit more interesting and off-the wall but the novelists and screenwriters tend to be as reclusive as an ingrown toenail…
Great list. I don’t think you missed anything. Perhaps a thick skin?
Medeia that is a brilliant reply. We definitely need a thick skin. 🙂
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