4. Whether you send your work to an editor, publication, agent, or publisher– and when.
1. What you compose about by yourself time.
2. Your writing objectives.
3. Whether you decide to write instead of doing … actually anything else.
4. Whether or not you send your work to an editor, publication, representative, or publisher– and when.
5. Whether or not you share your deal with other individuals.
6. How frequently you compose.
7. Where and how much you compose (most days).
8. Whether or not you reveal assistance to other authors.
9. How you ask for and react to positive criticism.
10. How you treat others in the writing neighborhood.
11. How you approach obstacles and rejection.
12. Whether youll keep writing– even when things get difficult. When youre afraid youll forget why you keep doing it anyway, even.
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Meg is the developer of Novelty Revisions, devoted to assisting writers put their ideas into words. She is an editor and writer, and a 12-time NaNoWriMo winner. Follow Meg on Twitter for tweets about writing, food, and Star Wars.
Whether or not youll keep writing– even when things get difficult. Even when youre scared youll forget why you keep doing it anyhow.
Meg is the creator of Novelty Revisions, dedicated to assisting authors put their concepts into words. She is an editor and author, and a 12-time NaNoWriMo winner. Follow Meg on Twitter for tweets about composing, food, and Star Wars.