Writing a novel can be a daunting task for an author, often a lifetime dream. The initial manuscript draft may take a month if you have the time dedication and motivation, or it may take years as you work it in and around everyday responsibilities. Now it is time for the next step, editing!
It is rumored that a good way to break into the publishing world as an author is to start out small and work your way up. Most take on the feat of writing a full length novel. Consider writing short stories for your first attempt.
Writer’s block and writer’s procrastination are two very different things, yet both result in minimal progress, frustration and anxiety.
It is becoming increasingly more difficult to stand out from the crowd professionally now that society is so well connected. So how does one stand out from the masses? Consider writing a book.
What is it that makes a writer want to publish a book? Where does the desire stem from? What does it take to make the leap?