The Novelry Blog
Where the writers are.
You have the time to write your novel.
Up with a coffee at early light, creating your world, at play before real life kicks in! You're creating something that will last, and speak for you and your lifetime in one hour a day. Whatever stage you're at - whether you've got no idea for your novel or you've got a first draft sitting in a drawer - you'll have a manuscript in your hands in ninety days' time.
Our one hour a day method for writing the first draft of your novel is not a gimmick or a sop to busy people as I explain in the video with this blog post above.
You need to do 23 times more back-of-mind cogitation than you do writing when you embark upon the hard work of formulating a novel at first draft.
The time between writing session is vital and will allow you to go to the page to write with refreshed and renewed purpose.
If you don't fly off and write yourself out of ideas (and hope), but keep a nice low steady word count in these demanding early...
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