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Published on Apr 15, 2014
Most working writers want to find more time to write. But it's hard to make time for writing when you're working a day job, taking care of loved ones, and fulfilling social obligations to family and friends. Plus, as if making time to write isn't hard enough, serious writers also need to find time to make submissions to literary agents and to publishers of literary journals. So how can a writer make more time to write? For Jodi Adamson, the answer was Writer's Relief (http://www.writersrelief.com).
Writer's Relief has been helping creative writers make their submissions since 1994; it's our goal to help our clients find time to write. We take care of making submissions, and they focus on what they do best: writing. Our assistance is personalized and strategic—no unethical submission practices here.
Making submissions can take up a lot of time: Writers struggle not only with being able to find the time to make submissions, but they also must deal with the emotional aspects of submitting work for consideration. Making time for writing and submissions becomes especially difficult when a writer knows there may be a rejection letter (or ten) coming down the pike.
At Writer's Relief, we prepare our clients' submissions and remove the emotional element. Our clients feel freer to focus on their writing (and often more confident too). They're more relaxed when they're able to make time to write, knowing that their poems, short stories, essays, and books are in the right hands.
If you wish you had more time to write, we invite you to submit a sample of your writing to our Review Board. Only about twenty percent of applicants are accepted to join Writer's Relief. The work that we prepare for submission on our clients' behalf must be strong and appropriate for submission to reputable literary journals and literary agencies.
It's hard to make time to write: Jodi Adamson found more time for her writing by working with Writer's Relief. Whether you seek outside help or make submissions yourself, we encourage you to treat your writing time as sacred and important. Hang a do-not-disturb sign on the door and turn off Internet connections. Ignore the phone. Make time to write. Find the time. Remember that your writing matters.
For more information about how Writer's Relief can help you make time to write, please visit our website.