My Day 26 was far from as productive as I wanted/needed it to be. This tip is definitely something we all need to keep in mind.
So here we are, and as I’m reading the blogs and testing the waters, I’m finding several blog posts about people giving up hope of ever reaching 50,000 words by Friday. Many of the posts opine their sorrow of not finishing, feeling like their writing skills are sub-par, lamenting the coveted goal of winning the competition.
My answer to those people is: so what?
The task of attempting to write a 50,000 word novel in a month is a stellar task indeed. It is, as they say, nothing to sneeze at. If you have written even half of that in a month and it’s good stuff, then what does it matter. Try again next year. The point is that your attempt to write a novel is awesome and you should never sell yourself short by belittling your abilities or complaining about your shortcomings.
Writing is indeed hard work. It takes…
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