Every writer has a process.
1. I sit down with an idea, see that blank screen, and say, “Oh no, I don’t know what I’m doing. Is this even going to work? I suck.” You know, the usual.
2. I write. If I need to do research (which is usually the case), I do that first. But the important part is just writing.
3. Once I’m finished and I’ve edited everything to acceptable levels (whatever that means), I sit back and say, “Oh, okay. That wasn’t so bad. Turned out pretty good, in fact.”
When I start my next project or article, it’s right back to “Oh no,” and the process repeats itself.
Do you edit while you write?
It’s a nasty habit.
Particularly during the rough draft, when your attention should be on content and getting words on the page.
You know what I hate about Internet Marketers?
Most of them are lazy.
A new study has found a potential link between adventuring in the woods and improved cognition.
Speaking of online reviews, not all is peaceful in the Amazon.
In an attempt to increase the quality of their book marketplace, the online retailer has purged (potentially) thousands of suspicious reviews, leaving many writers to wonder: