History underscores: a haphazard approach to the day yields, at best, haphazard results. Treating me like a friend, I sat down, engaged a loving empathetic talk, then implemented changes, including dedication to 6-word stories.
This Writer’s Notebook lives to preclude oft-repeated searches. Unlike most planners, the Hobonichi Weeks tames any collection tossed in its direction, courtesy of its intensely flexible structure.
The horizontal weekly section (1) corrals hundreds of quick-jot descriptions (2) with structured organization, encouraging an (3) eyeball-friendly Snippets Index.
You stare at the Hobonichi Weeks Yearly Index, scratching your head. Turns out, with a twee bit of imagination, you can make that miniscule-spaced sucka sing your tune.
Take the time on the front end to produce a notebook yielding what you want when you need it, in a fluid manner. The "why" of my notebook? Rapid in-&-out lookups, keeping my concentration intact throughout editing /revision sessions.
Designed to fuel mutual engagement across blogs and all (!!) social networks, the free wS.O.S. tool personifies writers Support, On Steroids.
My initial plan: annotate a resource roundup addressing a writer's day-to-day drafting motivation issues. But research unearthed a comprehensive 2013 article, to woo a win when writing willpower wanes. I chose to bow to the best.
Finessing the Writer / Author Platform mandates info nuanced for assorted social networks. This Resource Roundup tackles the Who, What, When, Where, Why, and How of platform building and maintenance.
You're a writer. Ya wanna know: what's the average word count of a book, per genre? Asked. Answered, in one handy Infographic.
You’re not limited to using your calendar for blogging, of course. Use it to plan website content updates, long-form and premium content offers, as well. In the world of content creation, the more planning you can do, the better off you’ll be. 7 Benefits to Using an Editorial Calendar |…