When You Can’t Find a Writing Workshop…

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When you can't find a writing workshop, you can still find a setting where you're almost forced to daydream. Chuck paints some funny options for this while recommending that you daydream with a pen in your hand.

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Phil Sykora is reading Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck September 27, 2014 - 3:27pm

This is an interesting approach to establishing a setting where you're *almost* forced to write.  I'm not going to lie, I've thought about buying one of those old-school ankle balls and chains and then somehow connecting them to a timer so that I can get my work done.  That, I think, is my ideal setting.  I can't really imagine writing somewhere where I'm not comfortable.  I get the feeling there's someone reading over my shoulder, which isn't always a bad thing unless you start trying to impress that person.