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Writing: To Plan Or Not To Plan
Today I am writing about planning. Not planning to write, we covered that in my last post. I'm talking about planning your book.
Writing: Getting Started
Do you already have a story floating around in your head just waiting to be told? Or do you want to be a writer, but have no idea of what to write about?
I Have a Question for You
What would you like to know about in the world of writing and publishing?
Famous Writers and Their Daily Routines
I know how hard it is to set a writing routine, never mind a daily writing routine! Read this article for ideas.
The Top 10 Elements of a Book People Want to Read
“So you’ve got a great idea and you want to write a book. Go for it, I say, because these days, anyone can publish a book. Self-publishing empowers the writer in all of us. Nonetheless, quality still matters. Why? Because we don’t just want to publish, we want to publish successfully; we want to publish books people want to read. And that takes more than a good idea. That takes craft."
The ‘Story Must-Have’ Checklist
“Have you experienced the blend of sheer excitement and utter terror when you set out to begin a new story and have to confront to the blank page?"
Maximizing Writing Productivity While Working Full-Time
“Many writers dream of days they can devote entirely to their craft. But the reality is that working a day job in a field often unrelated to writing is sometimes a financial necessity, especially for new and debut authors."
Planning To Write Something Today? Tips for Setting Writing Goals that Work
“Every morning I tell myself I’m going to write something today, but then different things come up and I just don’t do it. Morning turns into afternoon, which turns into evening, and I keep thinking I’m going to write something—just later on."
How to Set Wildly Ambitious Writing Goals-and Accomplish All of Them
"I’ve been working on it for a long time now, and this year I’ve borrowed ideas from the world’s most productive (and successful) authors. This is the closest I’ve ever come to a “bullet-proof” writing plan—it’s both realistic and ambitious."