Happy Friday! If your writing is in a rut, try this system from K.M. Allan. It’s simple, cheap, and better than anything I would’ve told you to do.
Writing is one of those activities where, no matter if you do it full time or crammed into lunch breaks, there’s a never-ending to-do list attached.
You’ve got to fill in plot holes, plan character arcs, script whole conversations, research how to poison people without drawing the attention of authorities, and then find the time to put words into sentences that sound good and have a little magic to them.
Being organized helps, but even the best planner in the world can get overwhelmed when the to-do list feels endless.
Recently I’ve felt this way; realizing I have so much to do and being overwhelmed by it. It seemed easier to put the writing off—but spoiler alert—binge-watching The Umbrella Academy makes zero progress towards my own writing goals (who knew, right?).
Getting organized is one way to get back on track. A writing routine is another. An organized writing routine…
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