Dealing with Interruptions: by Working Writer's Club member and children's author, Irene S. Roth

Kansas City, MO (PressExposure) November 04, 2011 -- Dealing with Interruptions: by Working Writer's Club member and children's author, Irene S. Roth

If you're like most writers, you can't afford to write full time. Therefore, you have to juggle work, family, and writing. And many times, your writing comes last.

The Working Writer's Club is a professional club for freelance writers, authors, coaches, and speakers providing training, resources, and networking opportunities for its members. The Working Writer's Club is pleased to share with you the latest writing article from member, Irene S. Roth entitled, "Dealing with Interruptions."

A sneak peak...

"This can cause frustration and resentful feelings. One way to avoid distractions is to make sure you don't get interrupted by other things when you sit down to write. Here are a few tips to deal with distractions most effectively.

1. Focus. Kristi Holl, in Writer's First Aid, says, "When you focus, you'll accomplish writing projects in half the time, and your concentrated efforts will product better work. Focusing...

2. Isolate yourself. You may get distracted by outside noise or traffic. If this is the case, pull the blinds and close the window. This may stop you from...

3. Don't open mail. Do you often start writing for a few minutes and then feel compelled to open the mail? Reading your mail can interrupt creativity and flow. Further, your mail...

4. Change your schedule. Do you usually write when you're not refreshed or when too many other things are going on around you, such as after dinner when the kids are at home and your hubby is trying to get your attention? If that's the case..."

Visit the Working Writer's Club today and read Roth's full article where she shares valuable tips in overcoming your public speaking fears. Please feel free to leave your comments or questions so Irene can interact with you:

About Irene S. Roth

Irene Roth is a freelance writer for teens and tweens. She has published over 180 Ezine articles about adolescent self-confidence and self-esteem. When Irene's not writing for adolescents, she loves writing about the psychology of writing. Irene is also a graduate of the Institute of Children's Literature. Visit Irene at

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