Reflection Not Needed

stockvault-man-fixing-car99686With the end of the month hiding in tomorrow’s shadows, readying a caustic “Gotcha! January’s done, what have you done?”, we should really take this time to objectively review this month’s writing accomplishments. Evaluate what worked well, what didn’t work at all, and what worked but was a heck of a pain. Perhaps some kind of flow chart could be drawn up?

Or…

We could just concentrate on today’s work.

While writing is all about reflection, either fictional or factual, the writing craft is wary of mirrors.

Until tomorrow…

Chloe

Post Note: I have no idea what any of this means. It just popped into my head, sounded kind of wise, so I went for it. Apologies are probably in order. If so, you have them in spades.

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