Would you like to make 2011 your most productive writing year yet?
Writing is about art and craft, but it’s also about discipline.
Establishing good habits early in your writing journey can help put you on the road to success, and minimize the detours you take getting there.
Better Writing Habits: Make Over Your Writing in 31 Days
Over the past six months, Jennifer Blanchard of Procrastinating Writers and I have been collaborating on a project which will help you take your current writing habits to the next level.
It’s called Better Writing Habits: Make Over Your Writing in 31 Days, and it will begin in the new year (can you believe that’s just six weeks away?).
Between January 1st and 31st, 2011, Better Writing Habits will feature daily articles written by either Jennifer or me. Some of the topics I’ll be covering are:
- The #1 Way to Get Inspired to Write
- 6 Tips to Keep Yourself and Your Writing In Shape
- How to Create a Writing Space on a Budget
- 10 Writing Tasks You Can Do in 10 Minutes
- 5 Ways to Un-Stick Your Stuck Words
Whether you’re serious about writing or just getting started, this challenge is for you.
You can pre-subscribe to updates via email, and join the Better Writing Habits Facebook Fan Page.
This challenge is free to all writers, so please pass along the link to others between now and the end of December.
We look forward to connecting with you there in the new year!
Join the discussion
jennifer blanchard says
I am so excited about this project! I’ll be posting an announcement about it on my blog in the coming weeks. But here’s a sneak peek at a few of topics I’ll be covering:
–5 Simple Steps to Setting Achievable Writing Goals
–The 3 Notebooks Every Writer Should Keep
–Toxic Language and How It Hinders Your Writing
–Weekend Warrior: How to Get the Most Writing Out of Your Weekend
–The Truth About Finding Time to Write
Until January 1, spread the word!!
Thanks for sharing some of your topics, Jennifer! This is going to be awesome 🙂
Walter Dinjos says
Will definitely subscribe. http://www.tinyurl.com/sillystoryideas and http://www.sillystoryideas.blogspot.com
Eva Porter says
This sounds more do-able than NaNo, at which I failed miserably (or failed well, I guess). Looking forward to your posts, ladies!
Yes, it will be very do-able! Look forward to seeing you there.
Fantastic. Can’t wait.
John O'Chwat says
That woman looks *way* too happy to be a writer. I think she’s actually using Photoshop to remove zits from her publicity stills.
That made for a good morning laugh. Thank you 🙂
Jeanie Cullip (SMGT) says
Looking forward to it!
Can’t wait to start being more productive. 🙂