No one’s going to make you do it.
You have to want it for you and you will have to push yourself when you don’t feel like it.
I promise that it will be worth it and in the end you will be better for it.
So make a plan, but don’t over think it. Don’t get lost in your head and never take a step.
Listen to your dreams and use them to figure it all out. Then in the morning, get up and move forward.
On the days you lose, don’t lose heart. They will teach you something too. Just keep trying.
You can do it. I believe in you.
It’s wonderful this came up today as I am about to attempt this exact challenge! With these great tips I’m sure to succeed 🙂
Can you write a romance novella (20,000 words) in two weeks? You bet! Here are my five steps to writing a romance novella in only two weeks:
1- Create a writing plan. Before becoming a published author, I was very disorganized. Being the creative-type, I just went with the flow and wrote when I felt like writing. This doesn’t work when you have a goal of writing 20,000 words in ten days. So, I enlisted the help of my husband (totally organized) and together we created a writing schedule. Since I don’t write on the weekends, I only had ten days to work with. Each day, I had to write a minimum of 2,000 words.
Confession: There were some days when I only got 1,500 words done. The next day, I made up the missing words by writing 2,500 words. I didn’t stress when I came up short on a…
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I’m thrilled to share the news that a short story of mine is going to be published in a book!
A real, hold-it-in-my-hand book!
I entered a writing contest and my story made it through the first round of judging which means it will be included in the book even if I don’t win overall. This will be the first time my work will be published and I’m over the moon!