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Writing Habit Mastery - How to Write 2,000 Words a Day and Forever Cure Writer's Block

Writing Habit Mastery - How to Write 2,000 Words a Day and Forever Cure Writer's Block [Kindle Edition]

S.J. Scott
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LEARN:: How to Forever Eliminate Writer's Block and Write THOUSANDS of Words a Day

Do you struggle to write every day? Many people dream of becoming a successful author, but can't *find* the time to write. The truth is this: Great writers don't have more time than you do. They make time to write. Not only do they make time, they also follow specific routines that help them avoid writer's block altogether.

By developing the "writing habit" you'll have the confidence to sit down in front of a computer every day, knowing the words will come.

YOUR GOAL:: Write 2,000 Words a Day -- Every Day!

One of the key factors to effectively developing ANY habit is choosing a specific, measurable goal. So if you want to become a prolific writer, then you'll need to choose a specific word count for each day. While I *suggest* 2,000 words as a goal, you can pick any number that fits in with your busy schedule. You might choose 500 or 1,000 words a day. Or, you might have more time than I do (or write faster than I do) and choose to write 3,000 or 10,000 words each day. The important thing is to establish a daily word count goal and then stick to it.

In "Writing Habit Mastery" you'll learn how to incorporate writing into your daily routine. What you'll get is a strategy and list of tools that will help you develop a sustainable writing habit and demolish writer's block.

DOWNLOAD:: Writing Habit Mastery - How to Write 2,000 Words a Day and Forever Cure Writer's Block

"Writing Habit Mastery" contains a step-by-step blueprint of habits and routines you can use to develop this routine.

Inside this guide you'll learn how to:
  • Establish the PERFECT writing routine and environment

  • Find the time to write--even if you have a full-time job

  • Minimize distractions and interruptions

  • Crank out PUBLISHED works on a consistent basis

  • Create an energized state where you're ready to write

  • Make money from your completed books or screenplays

  • Follow a simple seven-step process that prevents writer's block

You can write thousands of words every day. All you need is a strategy to develop this habit.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
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  • Print Length: 102 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00EORO844
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars VERY USEFUL FOR WRITERS AT ANY STAGE 17 Jan 2014
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I have a masters degree in creative writing and am a veteran of writing courses and by now should know most of what there is to know about writing but I found this book invaluable. I purchased it on Kindle because I had stopped writing and was desperate for inspiration and having read it, I have been reminded to stop waiting for inspiration and get on with it. The most useful advice is to know what you're going to write tomorrow today, ie, have some idea of what you want to write next. Instead of thinking I'll focus on this tomorrow, I actually sit in bed, think about where the story is, then think about where it needs to go, and write out a sketch of the next scenes. This makes all the difference. When I sit down to write, I am no longer overwhelmed or daunted by a blank screen because I know what I'm going to write and start writing straight away.

I have not checked my wordcount as I want to ease myself into the process but I feel confident that I'm nearly up to two thousand words a day and, most importantly, that my story is developing as it should. This book does not contain anything I don't know or shouldn't have learnt over the years but it is well written and to the point which makes all the difference. I am sure that further readings will reveal further advice and guidance.

This book is useful for a writer at any stage of their writing development and will definitely be my go-to book if my confidence starts to wane.
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5.0 out of 5 stars This has really helped me 25 Nov 2013
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I picked up this book and I really didn't think it would help me because I thought I wasn't like these are the people who could be insanely productive. But sure enough I have applied some of the principles that the author has recommended and I have improved as a result. I'm not writing 2000 words a day but some days I get pretty close, and that's much more than I used to!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Helpful and informative 6 Mar 2014
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Very well written, with detailed information and numerous suggestions to establish a writing habit which will stick. As a reformed procrastinator, I heartily recommended this book.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Great book, with one caveat... 3 Feb 2014
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A good guide to planning the writing of a book. My only criticism is that the author's understanding of the roles of editors and proofreaders is unconventional. An editor usually works on a near-final draft of the manuscript (before layout stage), but a proofreader checks a proof just prior to publication, as the name suggests. Authors would do better to find professional editors and proofreaders through the Society for Editors and Proofreaders than via Elance or similar if they want to be certain of the standard of work they are paying for.
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Another hugely inspiring book from Steve Scott. I have bought several of Steve's books recently .Again I have not been disappointed with the depth and insight. A born teacher.
This book will be a regular source of reference for me.All aspiring writers should buy a copy.Not too long and with plenty of further reading suggestions.
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4.0 out of 5 stars The habits and routines of writing 12 July 2014
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This is a modern and accessible summary of some well-established techniques about writing. I think it is fair to make some comparisons because I assume you are reading reviews to find out whether the book will deliver the particular result you are looking for. If you are looking for help with writing your novel and wanting to develop your plot and work out how to intrigue and introduce characters and all those clever things that keep people turning pages then this is not your book. I apologise for not being able to make a recommendation for you but this book is suited to people with subject knowledge who want to get their know-how onto paper in an orderly way. It is also not a book about the whole process from the germ of an idea to book-signing in Waterstones.
What the book does do is examine all the things that have stopped you or will stop you from putting down that knowledge you possess. The author looks at environmental factors, where and when you should write. In doing so, there are a few repetitive plugs that look to be there to attract a search engine. Like most of these books there is insistence on first producing the framework so that writing becomes a matter of then filling in the content underneath the subheadings. 2000 words a day tackles productivity as its niche since however knowledgeable you are you have to get those words down. The author’s technique is to have different writing heads. When the objective is to produce a stream of words you do just that. You type or scribble away whilst keeping your inner critic locked away. You don’t fret about choosing apt phrases, correcting punctuation or facts or spelling since this is the first draft.
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