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Month: September 2016

Routines for Writers: How to Develop a Writing Schedule and Stick to It

Posted in creativity, discipline, finding time to write, finishing your novel, Getting published, how to be a prolific writer, how to complete a novel, Learning to Write, motivation for writers, Productivity for creatives, prolific writer, Writing a novel, writing books, writing life, and Writing Tips

What’s the Most Difficult Thing About Writing? The most difficult thing about writing may be developing a workable writing schedule. Well, for most of us it isn’t coming up with ideas, plotting, characterization, story arcs, subplots or any of the nitty-gritty aspects of our craft. If we’re already…

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3 Big Mistakes I Made Writing and Publishing and How You Can Avoid Them

Posted in creativity, discipline, Fiction, finishing your novel, Getting published, how to be a prolific writer, how to complete a novel, Independent Publishing, Learning to Write, Literary agents, Literature, prolific writer, Publishing, publishing your first book, Rejections, self publishing, Writing a novel, writing books, and writing mistakes

Making Mistakes is the Only Way to Learn Only three? Well, to be honest I’ve made many more than three big mistakes writing and publishing so far. I don’t doubt for a moment I’ll make many more. In fact, it’s fair to say I can always find new mistakes to…

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