Several months ago I did a post on A Writer’s Life as told by Joey Tribbiani. While I don’t really want to repeat the same post, my multiple requests I’ve been asked to do another. And this time I’ve decided to take on Ross Gellar.
Ross was a bit harder than Joey, but I still had a utter blast creating this post.
A Writer’s Life as told by Ross Gellar
When you are trying to find the perfect name for your characters . . .
When someone asks you why your novel is taking so long and you don’t want to answer because you don’t want to admit your procrastination tendencies . . .
When your characters decide to take off with a mind of their own . . .
When you’re struggling with your outline . . .
When you’re zipping through your outline like a BOSS!
When your beta reader tells you there are several flaws and holes in your plot line that you have so carefully outlined . .
When you are trying to fix said plot holes and flaws but they aren’t cooperating and take their revenge . . .
When you wake up from trying to drink away your writer’s block . . .
When you’re struggling with a sex scene . . .
When you finally get to celebrate after finishing your final draft . . .
When you show up for your first writer’s conference ready to pitch to an agent . . .
When you are leaving the room after said conference agent rejects you face to face . . .
When you get a rejection letter . . .
When you get a contract offer from a publisher . . .
When you get your edits back for the first time and you open up the document . . .
When your editor wants you to make changes that affect the whole novel and will take massive rewrites . . .
When you send off your ARC to a reviewer . . .
When you receive an overly harsh review . . .
When your friends ask you how you are after a bad review . . .
When you see someone else’s grammar on Facebook . . .
When someone tells you that writing novels is easy and anyone can do it . . .
When you get your first royalty check . . .