Finding Time Versus Making Time

Writing is something I really enjoy. As I have stated in previous posts, I enjoy the release from my stressful day job. I also enjoy reading. It’s nice to be able to slip away from my stressful life even if just for a moment. I used to say I wasn’t writing or reading as much because I was working to find the time. For me, trying to find the time didn’t work. it didn’t make writing and reading a priority in my life.

A few years ago, I changed my approach. Rather than just trying to find time to read and write, I decided I would make time. That meant changing the way I look at writing and reading. Now, I make it a priority. It isn’t just something I do when I have time, but I make time for it.

I wake up a little bit earlier each day so I can write after breakfast and before work. My lunch hour at work is spent at my desk, where I can write between 1000 and 1500 words. After work, and before bed I give myself another hour to write. Finally, every night, I read for 30-45 minutes.

Now I have a few books to show for making the time to write. If interested, check them out.

Resonance, a time travel story.

If you’re looking for a good science fiction story, try my books The Promise of Dust or Progenitor’s Legacy: Deceit.

If a young adult science fiction is more to your liking, check out my series This New Earth, that starts with Demons of a Dead World and Secrets of a Dead World.

If you are looking for a young adult fantasy, check out my book The Threads Unbound.

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