When to write

E. L. Reedy —

I write every day, though not always on pad or screen, but also in my head where I write and rip apart scenes, create story landscapes, and develop characters.

Having multiple stories on my plate, so to speak, I bounce from story to story, doing my best to evade the dreaded writer’s block.

When I do finally get it on screen, luckily I have a co-writer who looks it over, shakes her head, and helps me to translate the rough slop into something magical.

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