The Prime Writers’ Daily Writing Resolutions: each day in January we are featuring a real writing goal that one of the Prime Writers is working on this year.
Today’s resolution is from Beth Miller, author of When We Were Sisters and The Good Neighbour:
‘I need to accept that my new domestic reality means finding a way of writing to fit it. Short sharp bursts of 15 minutes rather than long, languorous hours. Damn, though. Accepting it is the hard part…
Have realised this doesn’t work as a resolution. What I mean is: Resolve to write, regardless of domestic situation, even if it is much less than usual. And to be like Helen MacKinven and not beat self up on the non-writing days.’