Taking the slow road ~ tarrying not typing(#mywritingprocess)

This is a most interesting post which will also link you to some writers that Tish knows and their writing as well.I a;ways love knowing how other people do things whether it’s writing or painting or cooking or just being alive and conscious

Tish Farrell


On the road at #mywritingprocess with thanks to Tiny attinylessonsblog.com


As others on this writerly blog tour have said, some writers are the bees’ knees at doing anything but write. I would be one of them. When the time comes to sit down at the desk there is the sudden compulsion to go somewhere else – anywhere else. This morning I left the computer to scrub the grout between the bathroom tiles. (So absorbing). Later I mooned over pots of recently sown runner beans, and what? Waited for them to grow? Of course. No writing skills needed in Beanstalk Land, only nifty footwork to elude man-eating giants. (Hm. And I could pick up a golden harp while I was there; learn to play, might inspire me to…) You get the picture.

So what is this doing something else all about? OCDD – obsessive compulsive displacement disorder? Why do…

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4 Responses to Taking the slow road ~ tarrying not typing(#mywritingprocess)

  1. Tish Farrell says:

    Thanks so much for the reblog, Katherine.


    • KatherineB says:

      I have just bought your book,how to write a mystery.
      Who knows.Meanwhile I feel it’s lovely for more people to see your writing,Tish..


      • Tish Farrell says:

        Gosh, Katherine. I hope you find the book useful. It’s really meant for kids, but then on the other hand most of the principles are the same whatever your age. Personally, I often find children’s books far more creative than adult book, and better written too.


      • KatherineB says:

        I often use books written for beginners or children and it seems very good..I have never written stories except my “Stan” ones so I expect I’ll find it useful


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