“Better to do a thing than to live in fear of it.” – Logen Ninefingers in The Last Argument of Kings by Joe Abercrombie.

I love that line. I don’t always live by it. But I have an understanding of the meaning.

In the context of the story, the line is incredibly dramatic because the thing in question is so immensely scary.

Lately, I have been a bit afraid of writing a rough draft. Much like the character Logen Ninefingers, I have done what scares me many times. It gets easier. It gets better. But it is always difficult.

While we live, the challenges in our lives are ours to confront.

I have a rough draft to write.

Thanks for reading.


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