Seven Ways to Make More Progress With Your Writing (& How to Track It)
How’s your writing been going over the past few months?
Some writers find that they have a burst of writing enthusiasm, getting lots done quickly, before their enthusiasm peters out. Others feel that they never really get into the writing groove, so they’re constantly struggling to gain momentum … and never making very much headway.
Whatever your writing goals are, you’ll struggle to meet them if you’re only writing sporadically. But it can be really tough to fit much writing in, especially when you might be struggling with a lack of motivation.
If you’re not currently making consistent progress with your writing, these are some things that can help:
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Feeling in need of a writing boost?
I’ve got a couple of new things to share with you today. Here’s the very quick version:
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And here’s what you might like to know about each:(more…)
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Do you ever feel like you’re just not good enough as a writer? Maybe you’re worried that your characters seem flat and two-dimensional. Perhaps your plots seem hackneyed or contrived. Maybe you think you should be making money (or more money) from your writing. Perhaps you’ve been writing, or trying to, for many years now…
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What do you want to achieve with your writing? You might have all sorts of goals. Perhaps: You want to win a short story competition.
You want to make an extra $500/month freelancing. You want to make a full-time living as a fantasy novelist. You want to sell 100,000 copies of your latest book…