Published writer or amateur, sometimes we all need reminding. 3 113 Previous post Be the Weird Kid. Next post Christmas lies. Share this! facebook twitter pinterest google+ tumblr stumbleupon email Meg Rosoff website Meg Rosoff is the multi-award winning author of How I Live Now, Just In Case, What I Was, The Bride's Farewell, There Is No Dog, Moose Baby and Picture Me Gone. Click to enter» View all posts by Meg Rosoff → 20 thoughts on “The secret of successful writing.” sallyparkrubin 4 years ago LOL!!!!!!!! sallyparkrubin 4 years ago Meg, Seriously, I’m doubled over. Thanks for this! Hugs across the pond, Sal G P Jackson 4 years ago LOL! I needed this reminder! TY Julia Palmer-Brown 4 years ago Hysterical! Mark Thornton 4 years ago Meg, brilliant. This may be a shock to some writers. And even more of a shock that they need to get up in the morning and start the whole process over again… Jane McLoughlin 4 years ago The funniest and truest thing I’ve ever read or seen about writing. Time to shed some more blood… Jane McLoughlin 4 years ago The funniest and truest thing I’ve ever read or seen about writing. Thanks, Meg. Time to shed some more blood… Candy Gourlay 4 years ago Exactly my experience! Diana J Febry 4 years ago Ha Ha. So true! Terry 4 years ago Hilarious and true for any worthwhile artistic endeavor. cathi rae 4 years ago i am currently exactly there – digh cathi rae 4 years ago see, cannot even type the word sigh Marie Sturm 4 years ago Ouch! Now I’m really looking forward to today’s work! Thanks for reminding me. Marie Annie Woo 4 years ago Thanks for the morning smile. Barbaroos 4 years ago I have seen that hilarious video earlier, on your website in the green block on the right, and now and than I share it with my fellow amateur writing friends. It is hard to imagine that you (Meg) can feel the same after writing so much wonderful novels, but I have to admit it is a relief to know that you do. Sorry! Meg Rosoff 4 years ago Oh yes. OHHHHHHhhhhh yes. Pingback: The secret of successful writing « Sarah Painter Jacqui McVeigh 4 years ago Such fun – and blood, sweat and tears! SF Said 3 years ago Oh God yes! That is the best depiction of the writing process I have ever seen!!! Sandra Danby 3 years ago I feel serene, but my husband says this is what I look like. Comments are closed.