Remember Your Reason for Writing

By Kathrese McKee | Inspiration

Keep Writing Inspiration
Sep 01

When you feel like quitting, remember why you write. Connect your writing to your purpose. Take your inspiration from the reason you started to write.

You Need a Strong Reason to Keep Writing

I believe that the reason most people don't accomplish their goals or finish their projects is because the activity is not supported by a strong purpose. A novel requires dedication and a long-term commitment; you need to have a reason why that will motivate you for however long it takes. 

My children were the reason I started down the path of authorship. That reason motivates me to keep my fingers on the keyboard. Each author has a unique set of motivations. But humans are forgetful. So anytime your steps flag and your pen wavers, think about why you started.

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About the Author

Award-winning author, Kathrese McKee, writes Young Adult Fantasy and helps others bring their fiction to life through editing and mentoring.