The Importance of Celebrating

Last week I talked about setting deadlines and how doing so allowed me to finally make decent progress on the series I've been writing since 2001. Back then, I only managed to put down rough first drafts, and lots of notes about what I wanted to include, without actually writing the scenes to include them. Since... Continue Reading →

Why You Must Set Your Own Deadline

One of the many perks of being a fictional writer is writing what you want, when you want. When you don’t have a publishing contract (yet), or anyone waiting to read your book, there are no expectations. This gives you the means to go at your own pace and take as long as you like... Continue Reading →

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