If you don’t reach a word goal one day, don’t allow that to become your excuse for why you don’t try to reach it the next day.
I am starting to hate these updates. It’s like a grand stage upon which I put my greatest failure and yell into a megaphone for you to look at them. So, there we are again…again. I have given up on another book. No, I don’t think that’s right. I’m not giving up; I just keep … Continue reading I’m Starting to Hate these Writing Updates
Set reachable targets, you can become miserable if you are always reaching for that finished manuscript goal, set a smaller, reachable goal to keep yourself happy and healthy.
Reward yourself for reaching daily goals, it’ll help incentivize yourself to keep reaching them, but don’t just reward yourself for the sake of it, discipline yourself to be a better worker.
Hi Guys! It’s been a struggle of a week. I’ve been stuck on one of my character’s Rajiv. Rajiv and me have had a troubled history. He used to be the ONLY point of view character in my book and then became the main point of view out of four, before Jaived came along and … Continue reading My Ex-Main Character
If you want to get traditionally published, most publishers have word limits for debut authors or certain genres they are focusing on, these are your goals to meet.
I hate work. Even writing and blogging, something that really shouldn’t be considered work, and do love, is kind of torturous from time to time. But it’s something I have to do…for some reason. Which of course brings me onto the topic of today, which is kind of obvious given the title. So how do … Continue reading How to motivate yourself.