Posted on 11/08/2018 at 09:55 AM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
Nine minutes a day doesn’t sound like much on its own, but it can add up to something quite significant: a novel.
Writer’s Digest contributor Jeff Somers argues that while it’s true that we struggle to find time, sometimes the way in which we use and view time presents the bigger — but surmountable — obstacle.
He’s done the math to prove how these short daily bursts of writing can truly yield a book and offered tips on making sure the time really counts.
Check it out and meet some of your speed-writing heroes on Writer’s Digest.
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