#atozchallenge Y is for 2Years2aBook [Infographic]

2 Years to a Book. That’s what I realised I could accomplish – on top of my normal writing projects and goals during the year. For others who don’t have the luxury of so many free hours to write, as I do, the program also allows for a book draft completed during that first year.

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#atozchallenge W is for The Writing Rule Book [Infographic]

Writing Maxims to Live By, and Break

“There are three rules for writing. Unfortunately, nobody knows what they are.” – Somerset Maugham.

If only there were a Writing Rule Book, but it went missing, along with that Parent Manual 101 I was looking for some years back.

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#atozchallenge M is for Myths of Millions (or Writing Practice)

The One Million Words and the 10,000 Hours theories:  both are commonly espoused writing apprenticeship practices that continue to do the rounds of blogs and forums every few months.

Reaching these “apprenticeship” goals will not make us a bestseller, and not reaching them will not necessarily stop us from finding a publisher, or selling our work either. But there are core writing habits found in both, that we, as writers, can work with.

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