I’m a Writer’s Digest addict. I admit it. My local library carries it, and I always get great ideas from reading it. The problem is that I don’t carry through with those ideas.

I think in some ways I’d rather read about writing than actually write. Like many people, I have enough ideas to fill my time as long as I can use a keyboard. (Some of them are even pretty good.) But at actually making myself sit down at the keyboard on a regular basis, I have failed miserably.

That doesn’t mean I don’t write. I enjoy writing the product descriptions for my online store. I pop off chatty Emails at the drop of a hat. I review and revise the files for CheyenneFreecycle regularly, to keep them useful to the members. But writing that I actually might be able to sell — always seems like too much work, somehow.