Do you usually end up taking numerous breaks and often in between your writing process? Coffee just happens to be brewing non-stop and social media seems a breath away? Does it all motivate you or are you actually lacking motivation? Is procrastination your best friend right now? It has been mine and still is, sometimes. Here are three tricks to self-motivation so that your writing process is much smoother: 1. Set personal deadlines for example: Get a chapter done every day.
Whatever is happening right now is a story. It can be impactful depending on how you write it. Have you ever wondered why it is that books are much better than their movie adaptations? Think about it...books are more detailed and they force you to use your imagination. That is why sometimes the movies might not live up to your expectations. Not to mention, each movie is about two hours long and some scenes from a book just cannot be shot within that short span of time. Likewi
You have been commanded to stay at home. This is every reader's and writer's dream-come-true. It is the ultimate sabbatical. This historical moment in time is forcing you to sit still, to think creatively and to write. Here are six ways you can practice writing: 1.Journal: How are you feeling, right here, right now? Pour it all out and it may just become your autobiography or inspire a poem. 2.Doodle: Start doodling a memorable moment, create a comic strip. You may end up wri