Have you ever wanted to sit down and write, but your focus was shot and you just kept dithering instead?
One shortcut many writers have found that works for them is the use of writing rituals. Nearly all of us have them, but sometimes what we’ve been doing stops working or we think we’ve moved past them, and need to revisit them.
They say if your words aren’t flowing, switch something up. Well… I tried voice to text this week… and it seems to be working?
Here are 5 tricks that helped me make it work.
I figured out why I wasn’t progressing the plot in my latest work-in-progress.
I was trying to write the wrong type of story!
In this post, I’ll be discussing what the types of stories are, and why the one I was trying to write didn’t work for this story.
(Also, a shout out to the inauguration.)
Experienced writers who have been on the roller coaster for a while know the big secret: you never really “make it.” Just because you’ve sold one book doesn’t mean you’ll sell the next one, and just because you didn’t sell the last one doesn’t mean the next one won’t hit big.
How do you maintain the will to keep creating?
Right now, virtual is the only sort of write-in any of us are making it to.
But, virtual or in-person, these are the 5 tips that help ME get the most out of a write-in.