Resting a draft novel can be a challenging time for some writers.
We generally fall into two camps when it comes to letting our beloved draft novel rest. There are those of us who are relieved to see the back of our story and welcome some time apart from it, and there are some of us who struggle with the separation.
The latter fail to see the benefits of taking a break from working on something all of the time. Putting an important project away for a month makes them feel uncomfortable. Their literary babies are too precious to walk away from. They need constant attention.
This blog post is dedicated to those writers who, like me, get a little teary at the thought of being apart from their future bestseller and struggle to rest a draft novel.
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