Sheila Murray | Issue 24
I won’t pretend that I didn’t have fantasies about the book being noticed. But to have them actualized is something else.
Writing is focused time that allows ideas to evolve, words to shape meaning. When it’s going well, we’re in what psychologists call flow, time spent without concern for all the daily bits and pieces that pull, poke, and drag us into distraction. While we’re there, it’s all about the process, or at least so long as the work progresses. -Sheila Murray
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