We’ve made a few whiteboard videos to help you write your novel. This is a sampler of how best to motivate (and keep your motivation) while you’re writing.
Once you’re finished watching the video, see some of our other posts on how to find motivation to write:
Many a writer has been put off from finishing writing a novel due to negative self-speak. Read this guide to to overcoming self-doubt and perfectionism and finally finishing your novel.
The euphoric sense of achievement as well as the productivity hacks you learn in the process of writing a novel will stand you in good stead. Read more on the mood-boosting results of giving yourself time to write.
Starting and finishing a novel is a massive undertaking, but using these ten writing tips will help you to sit down and finish drafting your novel.
Once you’re finished writing your first draft, it can feel like your work is done. But this is just the beginning. This guide to maintaining momentum through revising and polishing your novel should help.
Sometimes, you just need a little reminder of why you’re bothering with the long process of writing a book at all. Writing a book gives you the fulfiling experience of setting goals and achieving them. It also can be a process of valuable self-discovery. Read more about why writing a book gives you bragging rights.
Are you ready to start and finish writing your book yet? Go here to begin creating a blueprint that will serve as the scaffolding for your story.