Time management

So I’ve done it. Again.

Three to four hours for 1,500 words each day.

I’m not joking but I’m glad that I’ve achieved it.

Just two days ago, I started my next novel. The word counts are 55,000 to 60,000. I can’t reveal much but it’s about my life and family crisis I’m going through like NOW. I choose to publish it as a fiction rather than a memoir where the first one, you can go about in between reality and in reasonable cause of fantasy.

Later I’m going to read a few pages of novel before going to bed.

Everybody’s writing style is different. What other authors are doing may not be the same like yours. But time management is above all. And trust that voice inside you. No one can write better than you do.


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