Authors Answer 122 – Should You Write Every Day?

To write every day, or not to write every day. That is the question this week on Authors Answer. ^_~

I Read Encyclopedias for Fun

This month, we return to regular questions and answers, but we have a theme for the month. We’re looking at common advice that may be considered either bad or good advice. We’re starting off with how often we should write.

320px-Modern-ftn-pen-cursiveQuestion 122 – Write every day. Do you agree or disagree, and why?

Tracey Lynn Tobin

Although I might possibly be the worst person in the world at actually adhering to this advice, I do actually agree. In order to be a writer, you have to write, and write a lot, so the best way of accomplishing that is to write something – anything – every day. In that way it becomes a habit, something that you do automatically. Additionally, if you’re writing daily – even if it’s not anything that goes toward your current WIP – you’re getting lots of practice in, and that is never a bad thing…

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2 thoughts on “Authors Answer 122 – Should You Write Every Day?

  1. I try to write every weekend, either for my WiP or my blog(s). I haven’t done the every day thing since 2011, when I was obsessed with my 1st book to the point where I needed to write every day to make the words stop.

    • I giggled at “to make the words stop”. lol ^_^
      I wish I could write every day, to be honest, but so many days just seem to up and vanish beneath me, and the next thing I know I’m laying in bed at nearly midnight, thinking, “Crap…I didn’t write anything today.” And then the same thing happens the next day, and the next, until I’m looking at the calendar and realizing I haven’t written in over two weeks. @.@

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