I sometimes don’t enjoy writing. It can feel something like experiencing labor contractions—interrupting my thoughts and other responsibilities until a piece is finally birthed. Or it can feel like tumbleweed blowing through the empty, dusty road of my listlessness. Other times, though, it’s a six-foot wave of thrilling inspiration I have to catch before it’s gone.
Ultimately, I most love having written, not always the writing itself.
Read the rest of my interview with Melissa Kruger at her TGC blog here.