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Hi fellow writer
We’re writers. We depend on our passion to be able to write. This can mean that we’re at the mercy of our moods.
What do you do on those days when you hate what you’re writing? Maybe you hate writing in general, and wished that you’d sign on to do something — anything — else. Maybe you just hate your current projects.
On those days, we can choose to skip writing for the day. However, mostly that’s not an option. We have deadlines we must meet.
Here’s the good news.
You can write, and enjoy it, even on the days you least feel like writing
The tips you find in this ebook will help.
They come from a lifetime of writing. In my early years, I was at the mercy of my moods. Not only did I allow days to go by without writing, sometimes those days turned into weeks. My bad habits from school, like studying only at the very last minute, carried over into my writing. I was forever scrambling after deadlines. I irritated my editors at publishing houses, and lost clients.
Finally, I managed to pull myself together.
It didn’t happen quickly. In fact, the change was imperceptible.
One day I realized that I was writing every day, and meeting all my deadlines. I couldn’t remember when I’d last missed a deadline.
I had no idea when the new conditions of my writing life developed, but develop they did. They developed because of the strategies and tactics I’m sharing with you in this ebook.
I hope they help you as much as they helped me.
With much affection,
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