Wednesday, 5 March 2014

IWSG: A Greater Effort

It's the first Wednesday of the month, and time for another round of Insecure Writer's Support Group posts. The IWSG was started by Alex J. Cavanaugh, sci-fi writer and blogger extraordinaire. You should definitely pay his blog a visit, if you haven't already. For more information about the group itself, you can also visit

First off, I need to apologize for missing last month's round of posts. The date somehow slipped by me, and by the time I realized it, it was already too late. I did manage to read a few posts from other members since then, but I promise to make a greater effort to keep a date with the IWSG.

Speaking of making a greater effort, my insecurity for the month once again centers around the fact that I haven't been writing nearly as much as I am suppose too. Blame it on the job, blame it on life getting in the way, none of that can really take away the way I feel, knowing that I have been neglecting my current project for way too long.

It's not like I haven't been writing at all. I recently wrote a Valentine-themed short story for my significant other. I was almost tempted to post it on the blog, but then decided it was for her eyes only. Aside from that, I haven't written anything more than a few hundred words here and there. I know that everything adds up at the end of the day, but I really need to put in more time and effort than I am presently putting.


  1. No worries about missing a date.
    That's nice you wrote something for her for Valentine's Day.
    Don't stress the lack of time. There's a season for everything.

    1. Thanks, Alex. I'll try not to stress about it too much.

  2. You've written exactly what you were supposed to have written so far. Don't worry about that. Okay, worry about it, but then realize it's actually okay.