This class is designed to help you stop procrastinating on writing and actually put it down in your schedule. I’ll give you a few tips and ideas to use so you can make progress in your novel.
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Solidifying a Writing Schedule: Tips to Stop Procrastination and Increase Word Count
This class is designed to help you stop procrastinating on writing and actually put it down in your schedule. I'll give you a few tips and ideas to use so yo...
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Think about the story you are working on. What does it need? Do you have a lot ideas or an outline and just need to start writing? Are you motivated to write, just don’t know how to go about it? Maybe you just need to fit it into your schedule. First, answer one of these questions.
Create a quick,skeletal outline of your story, a few bullet points for each chapters.
Get a planner, calendar, or put an alarm on your phone set for a specific time and day you can write.
Set a word count goal for each day. Example: 500 on Monday, 650 on Tuesday, etc.
How many scenes do you want to write. Example: Scene 1 and 2 for chapter one on Monday, Scene 3 and 4 for chapter one on Tuesday, etc.
At the end of the day, write down how many words/ scenes you wrote next to the word count goal of that day.