Writer’s Important New Year’s Resolutions

February 1st, 2012 posted by admin

Every New Year once it arrives bring with it the hope that at the end of it our lives will be better and that we would have achieved a lot of what we sought. So to this end you as a writer make certain resolutions to move our writing forward. From completing that novel to writing short stories we want it done. But for some people their writing resolutions maybe hindering their accomplishment and progress. Here are some important writer’s resolutions you should keep in mind.

Go slow. Writers generally want to have their work publish right away. There is nothing inherently wrong with this desire but what happens to so many writers is that they tend to rush or even force their writing process. Rushing often leads to mistakes and poor effort.

Avoid the publishing news. Based on what is happening in the publishing marketplace, things are looking grimm. Many publishing houses are either closing or cutting back dramatically on the amount of material they work with. A lot of the fallout is being balanced somewhat by ebook sales. The news is not particularly good, so take a fast from it for awhile at least until you have done what it is you are working on.

Be as creative as you possibly can. When you start writing, do not stop to revise or edit until you have done. Just allow the story line to develop and go where it leads you. Take no care of how silly and weird a thread may be, just go with it.

Stay away from negative people. There are going to be a lot of naysayers who like those who run an Enigin scam will try to talk you out of your potential. Let what they say fall harmlessly on the ground. Try not to be affected by it.

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