How To Find Time To Write

Monday, March 7, 2016

For those who have a challenge finding time to write, this might come in helpful. Renee Daniel Flagler, LaShaunda Hoffman and this writer discuss how to find time to write. 

Have a listen at this link.

And if you haven't yet signed up for the A-Z Blogging Challenge, you can do that now by hopping over to here

I'm still on the hunt for a couple of helpers for the Challenge so leave me a comment if you're game.


  1. I signed up on the group blog. I better get started on those!

  2. We all have the same time issues. No one I know has time on his hands.

    I've got my posts set to go, or I'd jump at the chance to team up.

    1. Yup, I think I need to focus my energies better though.

  3. I find if something is burning in me to write, nothing and no one can stop me for long. Luckily, most of what I write is from personal experiences, so once I start, I just sit down and write. It flows with no forethought or planning.
    Life & Faith in Caneyhead

  4. Writing by candlelight compared to our modern methods of today boggles the mind, doesn't it?

  5. Time always seems to be slipping away. Like Alex said we have to make time.

  6. Time isn't a problem for me, it's just getting up content that people would enjoy reading.

  7. Welcome to A to Z April Blogging Challenge 2016 - Co-Participant - Nrao
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