Blocked on Blogging? Read About Writing

writer's blockAs long as I’m blocked on blogging (and no, I don’t want to talk about it), maybe it’s time to list some writing-related links I’ve been saving for just before National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) starts on November 1.

No doubt I’ll have more to share by then — and hopefully I’ll be ready to break this writer’s block for the 30-day manic sprint.

Meanwhile, here’s “10 Smart Things To Do When Writing” to get you (and me, too) revved and ready to write daily till we’re done.

NaNoWriMo challenges writers to produce a first draft of a novel in a month — but maybe you’re more interested in writing non-fiction. Here’s some hints for getting ready to nail that first-draft non-fiction book in November.

Not everybody wants to schlog through writing 50,000 words in 30 days to create a first draft. Hey, it’s your writing so take your time, but here’s the first part of a helpful series about how to write a novel in 10 weeks. Maybe slowing down can help you avoid getting bogged down on a longer haul.

If writing a book sounds intimidating or uninteresting, consider travel writing, As the author points out, “A practical piece can be short—as short as 100-300 words.”

Finally, maybe this last link’s list can motivate me to get busy again on my own writing on this blog right here: 36 Blogs that pay $50 for guest posts.

Now, I’ve got some reading to do before I get back to writing.




About bullersbackporch

I am a native Austinite, a high-tech Luddite, lover of music, movies and stories and a born trainer-explainer.
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