Whether you’re in the midst of NaNoWriMo or you’ve been working on the same book for years, it can be hard to stay motivated when writing. If you hope to keep to going, there are something practices you should be using.
First, you need to write every day. It doesn’t matter if it’s terrible or brilliant; the practice of writing is what’s important. It will help keep your brain in writing mode and keep the words flowing. Next, you need to silence your inner critic. Everyone has a crises of confidence in their abilities at some point, but if you allow that little voice in your head to keep talking it will drown out your will to write. You should also be setting resonable goals for yourself and sticking to them. Don’t force yourself to write twenty pages every day. Give yourself something that’s an achieveable daily minimum and shoot to surpass it. It’s also important to give yourself a distraction-free writing environment. Whether it’s a quiet office or a bustling local coffeeshop, everyone has a different perfect writing spot. Find yours, and the work will flow that much better. Follow these tips and you’ll never find yourself lacking the motivation to get it done!
Read the full article here: How Do You Stay Motivated When Writing a Novel?
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