Feel overwhelmed when you think of trying to make time to write? Does your to-do list already overflow daily? The trick is to make writing easier by getting better organized. Today, I’m sharing an easy, free technique that will get you better organized. By spending a few minutes once a week, you’ll gain much more time for writing fiction.
Whenever I am at an author-related event, I’m bound to be asked this question: “How do I self-publish a book?” There are a lot of people who want to have their novels published. In fact, an article by Justine Tal Goldberg via Publishing Perspectives notes that 200,000 Americans want to publish a book.
You’ve decided: you are writing a novel. No matter what obstacles stand in your way, this is the year that you’ll succeed in your dream. Whether you plan on writing a novel in 30 days or taking your time and spending the rest of this year on it, the task ahead is challenging.
Research that goes into writing thriller books such as Silence in the Woods, fascinates me. In fact, if I’m not careful, it can overtake the writing process completely. But researching the Vermont Hospital for the Insane was a remarkable and eye-opening experience. Where to begin? I started at the very beginning: a visit to the Vermont State Archives.
So, you want to write a novel. Perhaps you’ve always dreamed of holding your own thriller book in your hands…
You want to write fiction, you really, really do. But you’re experiencing a major case of writer’s block.
Thank goodness for a big stack of mystery books on my shelves because wow! We have had one epic snowfall after…