...in terms of what I'm gonna post about today. I've been working under a deadline for a non-fiction (and non-mystery) writing project and it's due President's Day. Which is Monday. So my brain and creativity (which don't always work in tandem) have been focused entirely on this particular project, which consists of stringing a lot of quotes together from survey respondents. Which can get really dull REALLY fast.
So here's my question. What do you do when you are bored to tears with your own writing project? How do you keep going? For me (on this particular book) it's two-fold: keeping a promise to my writing partner and friend, and the fact we'll get the second half of a decent (and very much needed) advance when we turn this puppy in.
What keeps all of you going when you want to turn a flame-thrower on your computer? I want to hear about inspiration and perspiration!
And now back to the perspiring here....