Redirect: When the Thrill is Gone

When the Thrill is Gone

The thrill is gone. Maybe it’s time to throw in the towel, get a divorce from this ridiculous passion, call it quits on a marriage no one but you ever thought was going to amount to anything.

What help is there for the weary writer? What words of wisdom might help you hold on a little longer?

In all honesty, writing is just like any other job. It takes a lot of time, effort and patience. Like with any other job, sometimes a writer can feel burnt out, unable to continue with the craft they felt sure was their true calling in life.

This entry by Barbara O’neal talks about this feeling of getting fed up with writing and how writers can find a way to hopefully get their mojo back.

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