A Drift of Quills - July 2016 - Finding Time? Or Making Time?



This month, we Quills discuss how we find time to write.


First up, is Robin Lythgoe, author of As the Crow Flies. What say you, Robin?



Time--we all need more, right? Can I have a secret extra day in the week? Or how about a clone?


I'm one of those blessed souls who theoretically has time. Awesome, right? Mmmmmaybe...! Anyone who looked at my life would assume there are great gobs of the stuff lying around, waiting...


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And here are my thoughts:


Time in a bottle.

Time will tell.

A time to love, a time to hate.

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times...

A time for every purpose under heaven.

Time flies.

The time is right.

Time and tide wait for no man.


Hey! Have you got the time?


Most would agree, I think, that there never seems to be enough time to go around. So how, in a life filled with family, friends, day jobs, and more, do we find time to write?


I recall as a child, my mother saying that it annoyed her when people asked her how she found the time to do things. With eight--yes, count them, eight--children, she was a busy woman. She always said: "I don't have time, I make time." I guess . . .


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