Alison Clement

observations from a novelist who sometimes wants to say something small and see it published immediately

I don’t want to.

tumblr_lpyrycPdIH1qh2ip7o4_400tI’ve hardly looked at my current novel since I’ve been in school. Today I got it out and now I remember why. Suddenly most of the day is gone, and I don’t want to do anything else but write the story. I don’t want to grade papers, I don’t to do homework, I don’t want to work on my lesson plans, enter grades, read what I’m supposed to read, write what I’m supposed to write, I don’t want to cook dinner, pay my bills, vacuum, do the laundry, talk to anyone, see anyone, do anything or think about anything but my story. See what happens?

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1 reply

  1. Now you have me really wanting to read that story! I suggest you do none of the fore-mentioned things, write like a demon, and I will check your blog tomorrow to read the finished novel! Can’t wait!!

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