To keep pushing yourself through this long journey, your secret weapon is knowing your why.
Writer’s fear can be a great motivator to make you a better, more productive, hardworking writer. So don’t deny your fear, acknowledge that it’s valid and let it humble you and motivate you to always do your absolute best.
Tell why you ABSOLUTELY must write your book.
You’ve accommodated your obligations and even scheduled procrastination. Check your plan regularly and stay on pace, and you’ll hit your deadline!
If you need, print out this calendar that you can modify yourself.
Writers are readers; good writers are good readers; great writers are great readers.
One of the best ways to build confidence is to review how far you’ve come. Use this area to post a before-and-after of 300-500 words from your manuscript. See how well you’ve ferociously self-edited it.
Every word you write should have your READER in mind.
Check with your library, your community center, Meetup.com, and Word Weavers International to find writing groups in your area.
You want to grab an agent or publisher’s Attention by piquing their Interest in your book and making them Desire it by telling them why you believe it would work in the marketplace — including why you’re the person to write it — and finally spurring them to Action by asking them to respond positively.
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