The 7 Deadly Sins of Writing: #6 – Wrath

7 Deadly Sins of Writing-Sin6

Wrath is a bit archaic, I know. It means anger. The type of anger that gets out of control and has the potential to hurt others. As writers we want to give to others not take, right? I see this not always being outright, scream-in-your-face anger but a more subtle form of resentment even. It doesn’t take much to start blaming others for your lack of success, however you define it. Maybe your closest friends and family aren’t supportive of your desire to write and–God forbid!–want to have your book published. Don’t worry you’re not alone; we’ve all experienced it. But, ultimately, you can’t be a victim, right dear? It’s up to you to get the writing done. Shut up and write!

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2 thoughts on “The 7 Deadly Sins of Writing: #6 – Wrath

  1. cf052695 says:

    Thank you for making these, they are really helping to keep me motivated and focused on writing and remembering why I decided to write in the first place. I look forward to reading about the last sin.

    • Hi! You’re welcome. And thank you for your support. You’re helping me to stay motivated and post the last one! Do you have a blog or profile? If not, that’s okay. Just wondering…

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