Or maybe not. haaa!
I'll just leave this for you to consider. Have a safe Memorial Day and remember those who served. (These are from http://revenantfx.com/index.php/product-category/zombie-garden-gnomes/)
Another growl and a moan, and she lunged, arms rigid, her stubby hands held out like claws.
“Butt in chair, fingers on keyboard, don't quit for the day NO MATTER WHAT, until you've reached the desired word count.”
“My fave is really Stephen King's: Write with the door closed; edit with the door open.”
She also offers this good advice: "“I have an endless list of beta readers to help edit so that my manuscripts are very clean by the time they're submitted.”
" When you finish up writing for the day, leave off in the middle of a sentence. When you resume writing again, it should be easier to get back into the flow."
" I have two favorite writing tips, both borrowed from other authors. I rely on these two because, as the Queen of Procrastination, I need constant prodding to sit down and write. So I take advice from these fabulous writers.
"I only write when inspiration strikes. Fortunately it strikes at nine o'clock every morning." William Faulkner, author of The Sound and the Fury.
"Don't write it right, right it down." Gillian Roberts, author of the Amanda Pepper series.