Okay, so I’ve started to do freelance writing jobs for PeoplePerHour and it is going really well. As in, I have become really busy in a short space of time […]
In the early days of learning your creative craft, in whatever form it may take, it is good to look upwards to those who have gone before you for the purposes of learning from the example of a role model.
Due to this and that, however, I got the urge to write again, but this time to make a proper go of it. So, I started another couple of non-fiction works, which have yet to be finished. Bad skills on my behalf came into play here, and I lost around 9,000 words of one of my books.
Which is all another way of saying that I have again entered into this year’s Nanowrimo writing competition. For those of you with a life that don’t feel compelled to spill your guts to the world over too much coffee and bad prose, Nanwrimo is simply a self-directed annual novel writing challenge.
You really need to be ruthless with the management of your time if you want to be making some decent progress towards your target goal. In my case, that is achieving set objectives that I have with my writing, and a few specific goals I have with my running.