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Ten Ways Writers Celebrate Christmas
- Days off for writing! Double huzzah if it’s a snow day and school or work is closed!
- Long winter walks for rejuvenation and refilling the ol’ writer’s tank.
- Observations of group think occurring at malls. Extra points if you eat popcorn while watching the antics of last minute shoppers. Dystopian novel fodder, anyone?
- Receiving gifts of new pajamas and slippers for writing in. The coziness is real, folks.
- Cups of hot cocoa to warm the writing fingers and paws. Click, click, click those fingers across the keyboard like jolly ol’ St. Nick’s reindeer.
- Writing by the fireplace under the gentle glow of a Christmas tree. Ah, serenity. Ah, bliss.
- Turning the radio off on Christmas music that started pre-Thanksgiving. Instead, give a listen to Mr. Swinebottom’s “The 12 Days of Writing!“
- Making snow angels in stacks of old novel drafts. Nobody will ever see them but you.
- Cutting out snowflakes out of said novel drafts. Reduce, reuse, recycle, my friend.
- And last but not least: Burning agent rejection letters and e-mails in the fireplace. You can use the warmth to write your next great novel.
Join us tomorrow for Blogmas 2018: Day Four!