Setting targets is helpful in life, but it’s not always an easy course to take. This week the Authors and I are talking about writing targets and how we go about hitting them.
A full-time author’s job is to write. For many of them, they spend a full-time job’s amount of time writing, editing, promoting, and doing many other things for their books. But many authors write only part-time, as they often have a non-writing job. But they tend to have their own routine, or some just do it whenever they can. How about our authors?
For the past 2 or 3 years, I have made monthly goals of writing, at a minimum, 10,000 words on any given project. It’s a realistic goal for me – especially since I was playing G.I. Joe when I made it.
As for how I make it happen – I simply make it a priority. I finish a scene, start a new…
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