Thanks to the internet, more people are using the written word than ever before in history. But that comes at a cost. What can you do to make sure that you don’t let bad texting habits creep into your novels?
We’re currently dealing with a crisis like nothing in living memory, a worldwide pandemic that has affected every single aspect of our lives, culture, and economy. What can you do to make sure that this terrible year doesn’t wreck your creativity and productivity?
The more people read your story, the higher the probability that someone who knows more about your topic than you will be analyzing every little detail, judging it mercilessly for accuracy. What steps can you take to trick your readers into thinking that you know exactly what you’re talking about?
Writing a novel is a substantial commitment. Some authors work on a single novel for years, if not decades. What if I told you that you could have your novel ready to start writing in just one week, without having to stop repeatedly to figure out where you’re going next?