Responsible Internet Use
Do you find that you sit at your computer to work on your novel/poem/short story for hours at a time, yet when the day is done, you've hardly written a word?
In today's world of technology, the impulse is to connect, connect, connect--but you're a writer! Your job is to write, not play Farmville or Bejeweled*. No one cares what you're tweeting or what you plan on having for lunch--unless you're Brad Pitt.
"With the barrage of distractions on the internet, it's a wonder writers get anything done at all. I help writers learn responsible internet use by helping them see that their novels aren't going to write themselves, no matter how prosaic and banal they [the novels] may be," says Dr. Wright.
Dr. Wright helps the writer with time-management skills to help him or her do what needs doing, and he'll put a stop to the endless dilly-dallying.
"I'm certainly not a Nazi," says Dr. Wright. "My patients get plenty of mind-numbing, soul-decaying, time-sucking internet time so they don't feel deprived and so they'll never miss an obscure acqaintance's birthday or an irrelevant meme. But they will write that damn novel. I'll see to it."
Call Dr. Wright to help you get on the Wright Track®.
*Not applicable if one is actually writing a book on Farmville or Bejeweled.