When you begin a writing project, it can be an exciting time. Your mind is full of ideas, you feel inspired, and the words pour onto the page. You’re on fire!
If you’re working on a long project like a book, however, it can become challenging to keep going once the initial excitement fades. I’m sure there are many great manuscripts lying half-finished in drawers or computer folders.
How do you make sure your book doesn’t end up that way?
The enemies of any writer are lack of time, procrastination, writer’s block, boredom, and an inability to see the way all to the end.
Let’s stop for a moment and consider whether any of these things are an issue for you. Can you resonate with any of these? Don’t worry if you can, fear is never good for creativity. Instead, let’s look at how you can maintain your writing momentum:
Experiment with these tips and see which ones work for you. Keep believing and keep going and you could be holding your published book in your hands by the end of the year.
‘If you can imagine it, you can achieve it. If you can dream it, you can become it.’ William Arthur Ward
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For £49 a month you could benefit from all of the above as well as full access to a best-selling author and writing mentor.
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