What Happens If You Move the Writing Starting Line?

The Paradox of Planning

Starting Now….

  • Create a plan, a schedule, and set aside the time.
  • Allocate and commit time to reading or researching.
  • Talk to or interview people about your topic.
  • Use freewriting to explore what you already know and what you think.
  • Do market research about other books on the subject area you want to explore
  • Having done some researching, spend time brainstorming topics and angles that interest you.

Try 750–1000 Words a Day

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Author, Writing Coach, Unapologetic Nonfiction Geek. Writing about Writing Itself (very meta). AnneJanzer.com

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