Kevin J. Anderson is an American science-fiction author who’s had over forty books on the New York Times Bestseller list. Needless to say, he loves writing, and he wants to share that love with other writers, of all skill levels.
To celebrate National Novel Writer’s Month (NaNoWriMo), Anderson is reposting to his blog some of the tips and tricks he’s learned over the years to help boost productivity and give waning enthusiasm the swift kick it needs to get back on track.
Whether or not you’re a NaNoWriMo participant yourself, you still may find the following tips helpful in your own writing endeavours:
Productivity Tip #1: Shut up and write!
“Writers are the only people in the world who would rather be cleaning the bathroom than doing their job. When you do get a spare moment to write, whether it be late at night, at lunch, or early in the…
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