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I WOTH until I got laid off in July. I wrote my novel and did most of the editing prior to the layoff, and was making better progress back then, too! To be honest, all of the writers I know in person (fiction writers, many of them successfully publishing novels) have day jobs. Fiction is not a particularly lucrative field.
I do know several people who work as non-fiction writers, including one woman who is a freelance magazine article writer and a few technical writers (but they aren't freelance).
Tricia, mama of dd (6)
One more thought. Did anyone else find that they just had no creative energy to spare while nursing? For me, this was a loss I actually grieved.
|One more thought. Did anyone else find that they just had no creative energy to spare while nursing? For me, this was a loss I actually grieved.|
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