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Life Cycle Of A Writer: OUT OF THE OFFICE

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Romaniac HQ is an ever fluctuating space, accommodating however many Romaniacs and family members they come with. But sometimes (you won’t have noticed because of the noise) one of us isn’t about as much. The reasons for this happening are many and our lovely Celia is currently very busy in her deputy head role. It’s an OUT OF OFFICE day, although in theory it’s an IN THE OFFICE day taking her away from the writing life. Despite that, she has started writing early in the mornings when no other Romaniacs are awake.

So how do you manage to get any writing done when life gets in the way? On that note, make sure you read Julie Cohen‘s amazing tips over on Novelicious.

PS Thank you so much for doing this for me, Catherine. That’s one of the many great things about being a Romaniac – nobody gets cross if life gets in the way of the big writing picture and someone always steps in with a helping hand and a virtual hug/cake/glass of wine.

Update on office life – it’s SATs week and we heard yesterday we have Ofsted too, today and tomorrow. Double whammy! So, heads down at school and hopefully normal service will return soon…

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6 thoughts on “Life Cycle Of A Writer: OUT OF THE OFFICE

  1. I thought all we writers were supposed to be sitting in a cosy, quiet little office watching the sea lap lazily at the shore. No? Oh. 🙂 Have good one, Celia. Hope all goes well. xx

  2. Aaaaaaaaaargh! That is all. Thanks for kind thoughts, back when this is all done with,

    Celia xxx

  3. Pingback: Life Cycle of a Writer: OUT OF THE OFFICE | The Romaniacs

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