Forget the tears of a clown.

“To write is to cry in silence.”

– Paulo Coelho

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Why I will never participate in NaNoWriMo (2017). 

NaNoWriMo is upon us once again, and it’s the perfect time to direct you to my article from last year entitled, Why I Will Never Participate in NeNoWriMo

“The annual month-long writing event, better known as NaNoWriMo, challenges authors to write 50,000 words by the end of the month. This contest is quite popular and has helped launch careers of some authors as they ended up publishing the novel they wrote during NaNoWriMo.

“NaNoWriMo promotes discipline, dedication, and perseverance to the craft of writing as authors must maintain a daily word count of 1,667 words a day for 30 days in order to complete 50,000 words by December 1st.

“Although the idea of the project is fantastic, its timing isn’t. And it has nothing to do with it being football season . . . although that argument can reasonably be made.”
To find out why I won’t participate in NaNoWriMo, check out my article here

13 steps to developing a writing habit. 

In Honoree Corder’s article, Developing a Powerful Writing Habit, you will learn the thirteen steps to developing that habit. 

“I’ve long admired my fellow writers who can crank out thousands and tens of thousands of words in a day. When writing was not one of my main focuses, I had to carve out time to write in between my main gig, family, and life in general. Most likely this is your situation, too.

“Something I know for sure: developing a daily writing habit will help you to A) consistently produce content, B) hit your goals, and C) ultimately make more money and eventually a living from your writing.”

Continue reading the article here