Tips to Help You Concentrate While Writing

Sharing, because we writers need more distractions to help us not get distracted! Lol! Actually, I love how the post starts out: saying we could just turn off the internet. 

Anyway, here’s to squandering an entire morning’s writing session by goofing off and not even bothering to turn on my laptop! πŸ˜‚

Published by Jessica Urquhart

First off, who am I? My name is Jessica Urquhart. Writing has always been a hobby of mine, which got its start in middle and highschool, when I'd write short stories for the amusement of my friends and classmates. Currently, I'm working on my first book, my one true love of a story I've been saying I would one day write. Well, that day has come. If you'd care to follow my musings on the adventures and hurdles of writing my first fantasy book, then please, read my blog.

6 thoughts on “Tips to Help You Concentrate While Writing

    1. Music and writing don’t mix well with me. Painting and music, absolutely. But to write, the best thing is either absolute silence, or the kind of background noise that is so jumbled you can’t get any sense out of it unless you are really straining to pick up other people’s conversations. Lol!

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  1. I used to follow him before I cut waaaaay back on my contact due to work, hiking and the fact I have five girls in the house that need spoiling, it is a full time job. I have to have time, no interruption and some kind of motivation. I’ll read, listen to music, stare out the window then boom, my mermaid tells me what happens next to her and I write it down. I can write 1000 words in half an hour then it takes three days of editing to turn it into a near passable almost readable chapter. Mermaids that don’t speak English are hard for me to understand so the text is a bit garbled at first.

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