Monday, April 23, 2012

T is for Tortoise


Let's face it, sometimes writing a novel (or creating anything, really) can feel like this:



Thanks to http://www.tortoisecentre.co.uk/ for the great picture
But you know what they say...

Slow and steady wins the race.

If you're writing, you're moving toward the finish line. No matter how few words you write today, even if it's just 200 or 20.

Fifteen minutes. And you'll reach the finish line.

8 comments:

Dana said...

Thanks for the inspiration!

Katy Upperman said...

Great reminder, Kris! And I love the new picture of you and Vickie together... way cute!

Elizabeth Mueller said...

For me, writing a novel is the second pic, getting it published is the first. ;P


Elizabeth
A to Z co-host

Laura Barnes said...

Repped by Vickie Motter? You are immediately cool. :)

I'm certainly going the tortoise route with my latest novel. Thanks for the inspiration.

Laura Barnes @ LauraBWriter

Madeline Mora-Summonte said...

My husband and I have two tortoises. They're the inspiration for my blog - my little hard-shelled muses! :)

Elizabeth Twist said...

Is it just me, or do tortoises always look like smiley old men?

A-Z @ Elizabeth Twist

Pam Harris said...

I couldn't have read this post on a better day. :)

Kristine Asselin said...

I totally feel like the tortoise some days...Thanks everyone for visiting!