This means that you need a process. Our Easy-Write Process has been helping writers to have fun writing, AND to make money writing since 2006.
The program’s been extensively updated for version 3. If you’ve purchased an earlier version, the base practices are the same, but you’ll learn some wonderful new strategies you can use today in this new, BIGGER version.
Are you writing enough to make money?
The first duty of every writer is simply to WRITE. The more you write, the more you get paid.
How much should you write? The short answer is as much as you can. All writers, whether they’re full-time or part-time writers, struggle to find time to write. There’s a BIG reason: they’ve never developed a process. A great writing process makes use of every moment you have.
Last weekend, it was raining, so I watched some DVDs with the family. I had one eye on the TV, and the other on my iPad. I completed a thousand words on my current novel before the end of one movie, and plotted five short stories during the second movie.
That’s what having a process does for you. You can write anywhere, at any time. You produce salable words, no matter what else is happening in your life.
Many writers have discovered the Easy-Write Process over the past seven years. They produce more, and they’re much more relaxed about their writing.
Practice the writing exercises, learn the Process by osmosis
You’ll find many writing exercises in the Easy-Write Process.
Writers tell that that by completing the exercises, they learn the Process by osmosis. The exercises work with your current writing, so you don’t need to take time away from your current works in progress – you’ll find that whatever you’re writing, you’ll complete your projects more quickly.
If you’re not achieving as much as you know you could, the Easy-Write Process is for you. You’ll enjoy it, and more importantly, you’ll profit from it for many years to come.
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