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The Month after the One Before

Still struggling to remember 2016 when writing dates? Try managing monthly magazine schedules, challenges Lorraine Mace

Many writers suffer from confusion when dragged out of their works in progress to take part in the real world. This is perfectly understandable. There you are, grappling with issues that no one else can comprehend, with characters who are walking a knife edge (emotional or otherwise) and only you can save them – or add to their woes – when suddenly you have to deal with what’s for dinner, or placate a boss who very unreasonably expects you to complete tasks during working hours, or you have to collect the cleaning, or tackle any one of a hundred things you’d rather not be doing because you want to write. Inhabiting your fictional world can feel more tangible than everyday life.

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