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Some Days the Words Won’t Come

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All writers have days when the words just won’t come.  I know and accept that, but I don’t have to like it.

I spent quite a bit of time working on my next book, only to finally decide it wasn’t coming together.  Either I don’t possess enough knowledge or haven’t done enough research on the subject of grief to make the book important enough to read.

So, I spent an hour last night contemplating this sorry state of affairs.  And then I discussed it with Jim, who is always my go-to on subjects beyond my reasoning at a given moment.

He helped me return to rational thinking and I will put aside the grief book for the moment. Though I will continue to ponder it and do more research.  If I want to give to others, the best thing I can do at the moment is to return to my original thoughts of writing about autoimmune diseases.

My folder on Psoriatic Arthritis is full to over-flowing with research, a pretty good outline is waiting for me, and it makes sense to get to work on that one.  As with the first book on RA, I want to write a book that everyone can read and understand, touch on issues that resonate with all patients and families, and provide some answers and suggestions that might improve their lives.

With all that in mind, I believe my next couple of months will be busy.  And Christmas is coming!

Back to work….

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