Your Biggest Challenge as a Writer -and What To Do About It - Part 10

Finding a voice as a writer is unfortunately dependent to a large degree on writing lots and lots and lots until a clear, individual voice emerges.

And you can’t write lots and lots and lots until you escape the inertia of your current circumstances and have time to write.

So it looks like a Catch-22.

But it’s possible to get past this by looking at things another way.

I’ve said that there are seven levels in the ladder from where a writer is bogged into current circumstances and unable to write all the way up to having a writing-centric life.

Level 1 is the oblivion of losing the plot entirely and giving up on the goal to be a writer, in one way or another.

Level 2 is becoming aware of one’s need to be a writer and struggling to find any time at all -