The Writer Mom Comic Returns!

The adventures of Writer Mom return! Today’s comic is straight from my real life, I couldn’t get the idea out of my head for a few days and knew I had to make it. Enjoy!

Writer Mom realizes that bedtime stories will never be the same.

To see the first Writer Mom comic, click here!

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About Jodi

Jodi L. Milner is a writer, mandala enthusiast, and educator. Her epic fantasy novel, Stonebearer’s Betrayal, will be published November 2018 by Immortal Works Press. She has been published in several anthologies. When not writing, she can be found folding children and feeding the laundry, occasionally in that order.
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12 Responses to The Writer Mom Comic Returns!

  1. Good one! It’s hard to read without thinking of writing..

    • Tsuchigari says:

      Agreed! Once you’ve started editing anything you look at everything with a critical eye. Half the time they are the books that have been around for years, kid classics.

  2. How many times have I re-written books as i write them? Let me count the times. . .Not only that, but I tell myself, “Sheesh! I could do better than that!” I mean I actually fool myself into believing that, but I never do write it, except for one horrible story! (Never more to see the light of day after a brief blog appearance). Just chicken I guess. Afraid I would rewrite it as I read it. . .

    • Tsuchigari says:

      And (tee hee hee) I know where that blog is…

      My lips are sealed, I submitted one to her as well and it’s not one of my better pieces.

      I hope that when the time comes I will know when to stop editing and start selling!

  3. Excellent. And it’s true. Either there are more typos in books these days than before I started to write seriously, or I’m more attuned. ))

    • Tsuchigari says:

      I vote for the being more attuned. Before this whole writing thing I would read whole books just for the experience of being transported somewhere new. Now, it’s different – reading can’t be 100% for pleasure anymore. We must search for how things are created, to learn, to grow.

      I guess it’s kinda like magic, once you want to learn the trade it’s really hard to be amazed.

  4. I like this. Would enjoy seeing them regularly.

  5. Venus Joy says:

    Ha ha. Loved it!

  6. Very cute. I’m sure this comic strikes a chord in the hearts of other “writer moms.”

    • Tsuchigari says:

      I sure hope so! What’s even worse are kids TV shows where they go above and beyond to make a simple problem like how to get to grandma’s house take the whole episode and involve a rocketship, a slingshot, and possibly a train.

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