Ron’s Tip of the Day Panic

Welcome to Ron’s Tip of the Day. Throughout the week I will share a tip with you. Today I am looking at Panic.

How Do You Handle Panic?

Panic is a real emotion whether based real or imagined events. Look at the pandemic. There is a surge of the virus among younger healthier people while at the same time the death rate is plummeting. What do people focus on? The rise in cases. But they should be focused on the death rate which fell from almost 6% to under 5%.

This same illogical reaction occurs in writers. It can be about their published book, lack of sales, royalties, and more. Then you have the as of yet unpublished book. It can be excessive worry over the story itself transforming itself into writer’s bloc.

Panic is an Emotion

We all feel it at one time or another. I have. Sometimes over my Christian walk and sometimes over my books. But are going to let an emotion control our lives?

What’s the Solution?

Different people may have different solutions, but I believe in facing it head-on. What is the cause of the panic? What are the results of my panicking? And often, what does the Bible say about panic?

God spoke to Abram about that very thing, ‘Fear not, Abram: I am thy shield, and thy exceeding great reward’, (Gen. 15:1).  As a Christian, we need to trust God. His way is ultimately the best way.

Tip of the Day: Identify the cause of panic and its results, then you address the concern. It might not be as big as you first imagined. And if you haven’t asked God about it, do so now.

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Ron’s Tip of the Day Take a Break

Welcome to Ron’s Tip of the Day. Throughout the week I will share a tip with you. Today I am looking at Take a Break.

Do you suffer from Writer’s Block?

There are probably a number of descriptions of what Writer’s Block is but I’m going to keep it general. Because where you are writing books, blogs, or anything else writer’s block can occur. And there are many causes and helps. But I am zooming in on taking a break.

What do you mean by Break?

In general, I mean get away from your writing or change what you are writing.

Get Away from Your Writing.

Ever seen the ad where the policeman tells someone to step away from the counter? It is an amusing way to advertise their product, but it illustrates a good point. Separating yourself from what you are doing can be good. In the case of writing, it gives your brain a rest.

Change What You are Writing

I have found that if I switch from writing one book to another book or to a blog that the change itself refreshes me. My mind shifts gear and focuses on something else.

Why is That Important?

Your mind can get so focused on something that it tires out and freezes. When you break that focus you allow your mind to relax and get recharged.

Tip of the Day: A Break from your Writing can be Beneficial.

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R Frederick Riddle is the Editor of TR Writing Services providing help to struggling and/or new authors to write and publish their books. In addition, he is best known for Christian Historical and Speculative Fiction. He is also co-founder and Vice President of T&R Independent Books where his books are featured. To reply to any blog you have the option of commenting on a blog and/or sending an email to marketing@tr-indbkstore.com. You may also be interested in his Facebook page at RFrederickRiddlesWorld.