Stormy with a Chance of Writing: Guest Post by Eva Lesko Natiello

Change It Up Editing

I’m still celebrating the holidays with family, so today’s gift is a guest post by author Eva Lesko Natiello, who you’ll be getting to know better in 2014 as she shares her writing, editing, and publishing journey for her new book, The Memory Box. I’m honored to be working with Eva on editing this fascinating story, and I’m excited to share her essay about writer’s block and creative inspiration with you. Take it away, Eva:
Stormy with a Chance of Writing
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I love reading about the daily writing routines of famous authors. Franz Kafka, for instance, almost never sat down to write before 11 o’clock at night, and then only for an hour or two. He was urged by others to reorganize his day to be more efficient, that he could write more if he wasn’t such a “waster of time.” But his routine suited him fine, and so…

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