Establishing a routine can be an important part of the writing process. You can improve your productivity by sticking to a schedule that maximizes your creativity and keeps you focused.
Memoirs are their own class of writing, but they have to adhere to the principles of great storytelling. Here are four things to consider before you write your memoir.
Would you like to be much more productive as a writer? It’s possible, and you don’t have to turn into a machine or ingest huge amounts of caffeine to do it. (Although a bit of coffee might help goose your enthusiasm.) If you’re like me, you wouldn’t mind increasing your writing output so you can get more books and information products to market. This aspiration naturally leads to the question, “How much content can I reasonably expect to produce?” The best way to quantify it is to find out how many words you actually crank out per hour.