19. Attend a workshop about writing.
18. Talk/text with a friend about writing.
17. Daydream about writing.
16. Pray about writing.
15. Schedule a time for writing.
14. Reschedule a time for writing.
13. Watch a documentary about writing.
12. Hear an NPR interview about writing.
11. Surf blogs about writing.
10. Lurk in a crit group about writing.
9. Ask a writer for an autograph and finagle a conversation about writing.
8. Describe on Facebook your frustrations about writing.
7. Attend an ACFW meeting to hear others talk about writing.
6. Test a highly recommended piece of software for writing.
5. Spend weeks mastering the writing software.
4. Post a YouTube video of tips and tricks for the writing software.
3. Research carpal tunnel syndrome so you can find the best chair, wrist pad, and desk lamp for writing.
2. Post a blog on "Hoosier Ink" to inspire others to write.
Joe Allison and his wife, Judy, live in Anderson IN, where Joe serves as Editorial Director of Discipleship Resources & Curriculum for Warner Press, Inc. Joe has several nonfiction books in print, including Swords and Whetstones: A Guide to Christian Bible Study Resources. He's currently writing a trilogy of Christian historical novels set in the Great Depression.
Visit Joe's blog at http://southernmtns.wordpress.com