Wednesday 7 October 2020

Insecure Writer's Support Group #10

October's IWSG is upon us. Sign up here.

This month has been another good one. Outside In Trusts No One is published in a week and I took part in a panel at a convention about it, albeit virtually. I also publish another batch of seven articles on Medium, but it's become readily apparent that I can't keep up a daily habit for the site, nor that my stock in trade is setting it alight.

This month's optional question:
When you think of the term working writer, what does that look like to you? What do you think it is supposed to look like? Do you see yourself as a working writer or aspiring or hobbyist, and if latter two, what does that look like? 

This month's optional answer:
I am a writer and I get paid for it, but I still see myself as working toward being a working writer. I see it as being able to devote your time to writing whether it is to a single larger project or balancing a number of freelance jobs into a patchwork that pays the rent.


Patsy said...

Maybe you're a part time working writer?

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Good one, Patsy!
One week to release - congratulations!

Susanne Matthews said...

One step at a time. Congrats on the new release. Wishing you many sales.

C. D. Gallant-King said...

Yup, I like that one. Part-time writer wins IWSG today.

Shannon Lawrence said...

Congratulations on your upcoming release! Another vote for part-time working writer.

Lidy said...

Congrats on being part of the panel. And congrats on the release!