Rapid fire productivity

I’ve been having trouble with my writing recently… like the past 25 years or so! I wish the work of writing something was as simple and fast as getting the idea. The full idea of most of my writing projects came to me in a matter of minutes (or sometimes even seconds), as I was driving somewhere or taking a walk or taking a shower or picking my nose, and I would love it if every day’s writing was just as simple, but it hardly ever is. I have moments when the words are flowing and my fingers can barely keep up with my brain, but most of the time I sit for an hour and get maybe a few sentences out. I guess that’s why it’s taking me years to finish several really good book ideas.

This blog of mine is even a delaying tactic. I should be finishing my book projects, but I wanted to be doing something worthwhile that the world could see on a weekly basis, so I started “coronachristian.” I don’t know where I’m going with this line of thought… I guess I’m hoping God will strike me with inspiration if I sit here and type long enough. I need to toughen up and be willing to finish these projects before I start anything else! Alright! I’m committed. It’s time to finish things. And I’m going to start that process first thing tomorrow morning… unless I don’t get enough sleep, or there’s some cleaning to do, or something cool is on HBO Max. Thank you for reading my 75th blog.

Mark Inglis

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