Do you struggle to write every day? Many people dream of becoming a successful author, but can't *find* the time to write. The truth is this: Great writers don't have more time than you do. They make time to write. Not only do they make time, they also follow specific routines that help them avoid writer's block altogether.
By developing the "writing habit" you'll have the confidence to sit down in front of a computer every day, knowing the words will come.
Your Goal:: Write 2,000 Words a Day - Every Day!
One of the key factors to effectively developing any habit is choosing a specific, measurable goal. So if you want to become a prolific writer, then you'll need to choose a specific word count for each day. While I *suggest* 2,000 words as a goal, you can pick any number that fits in with your busy schedule. You might choose 500 or 1,000 words a day. Or, you might have more time than I do (or write faster than I do) and choose to write 3,000 or 10,000 words each day. The important thing is to establish a daily word count goal and then stick to it.
In Writing Habit Mastery you'll learn how to incorporate writing into your daily routine. What you'll get is a strategy and list of tools that will help you develop a sustainable writing habit and demolish writer's block.
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Anyone can tell you, "every day commit to sitting down and don't get up until you've typed x amount of words", but I was hoping for a discussion of why it's hard to write, emotionally. Or psychologically. That is something I would find truly helpful. Instead this book reads like a non-creative person's list of suggestions that are pragmatic and process-based, which some people may be looking for, but do not seem to be founded on an understanding of actual roadblocks I know I for one face. I'm sure someone might find some of these ideas useful. As for me I have no intention of doing things like imposing metrics upon myself of how much I have written in a given period per day.To me this book feels like a sales pitch on how you - yes you, Joe Nobody! - can get rich chasing your dream of being a writer. It makes me feel like the profession is going through a Wild West period with ebooks and self-publishing. This book feels a bit sensational and hoakey. But who knows, maybe it will help other people.
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- Troy "Say something about yourself!"