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Determined to Meet Your Writing Goals? Set Up a Production Schedule

This sounds like something I should be doing. How about you? If you comment in the main post, you have a chance to win the book to help you accomplish this goal. Check it out! ❤

A little math can go a long way to help you finish your writing project — soon.

Source: Determined to Meet Your Writing Goals? Set Up a Production Schedule

12 thoughts on “Determined to Meet Your Writing Goals? Set Up a Production Schedule”

  1. I did something like this when writing my non-fiction. I’ve tried it several times with my WIP, but can’t reproduce the magics results of my first use of the system. I’m learning that tricks and tips work for me some of the time, but none work all of the time.

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    1. I have been setting aside 2 days a week to write and work on my novel. That has not been working for me. Life constantly gets in the way. I think I need to really sit down and think about how I am going to finish my novel. My husband says to QUIT blogging so much. I am sure he is right. Even for me finding a balance is hard and I don’t work (other than my blog, etc.) I am toying with the idea of writing for two hours daily BEFORE I blog or answer emails. I am still pondering… ❤

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