20 Symptoms of Writeritis

By: | June 24, 2015 | |

Reblog Thursday is occurring on Wednesday due to my vacation schedule.
The admin, D. Wallace Peach, discusses “writeritis,” a malady that plagues authors of fiction. Even if you don’t write fiction, I’m confident that you can relate to at least some of the twenty symptoms she describes.

When I wrote 17 Time-Saving Tips for People Who are Rushed, I described the frustration writers feel that their desire to write cuts into their other activities.  Diana Peach explains this frustration has a name–writeritis.

Enjoy Peach’s humorous look at the obsession to write.

    • Janice Wald

      You deserved it Diana. It was really funny, and applicable to so many of us.
      Janice

  1. Janice Wald

    Hi Lux,
    I have most of them, but I am definitely a coffee drinker. Are you also a fiction writer like Diana, the author? Thanks for commenting. Nice seeing you.
    Janice

    • Janice Wald

      Hi Lori,
      Nice to meet you. I don’t think we’ve interacted before. I would have responded sooner, but I just returned from my vacation this evening. Thanks so much for the comments. I’m so glad you enjoyed my reblog.
      Janice

  2. Julie Phelps

    OMG writeritis…. Yes. I have a problem forcing myself to get up to powder my nose. Sometimes I think I might actually explode! I just can’t stop sometimes! This is great!!!
    Julie

    • Janice Wald

      Hey Julie!
      Great to see you! Thanks for your comments! I am so glad you liked my choice of reblog! I thought it was funny too. Whether we blog or write creatively or for business, the post was definitely relatable. Thanks for writing in.
      Janice

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