11 Tips For Maximum Writing Productivity

Source: 11 Tips For Maximum Writing Productivity
I’ve run across hundreds of tip lists for writers but none as comprehensive, concise and helpful as this one from Nate Philbrick. Click on the above link to read the entire article. It’s brief and worth your while.

— Eve Messenger

16 thoughts on “11 Tips For Maximum Writing Productivity

      1. My full-time job allows only occasional episodes in my flash fiction series ‘Oh. My. Dog!’. I hope that there’s more time for writing between December 22 and January 11… 😉

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      2. Seems like we are all aching for our writing breaks… 😀
        I am not a teacher, my IT projects are on hold for the winter break – to give the team members the opportunity for some family time.

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  1. This was a great post. Thank you for sharing it.

    I’m finding that I have to be really flexible on the weekends. If I can get an hour of writing in, great. If the kids come and wake me to snuggle, snuggling is going to win every time. 🙂

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    1. I totally get what you mean. I’ve been trying to reestablish mornings as my writing time, so when my daughter came in this morning wanting to chat it was hard to break away but I did, and I’m glad. I’m not gonna lie; it’s a bummer that I haven’t been able to get back into the writing groove yet today, but in the whole scheme of things, relationships are the most important.

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