“How the f*ck do you write so many books so fast?”
That was George R.R. Martin’s burning question for fellow author Stephen King during a recent interview in Albuquerque, NY. (Skip to 50:20 for the exchange.) King replied with his writing routine of six pages a day.
Writing good quality work is only half the battle. The other half is all about getting published. It takes an extra dose of organizational effort, persistent submitting, and steady follow up. The good news? You can master it with this simple one-hour-a-day plan.
Let’s admit it: for most novelists, finding time to write is a real hassle. We usually can’t afford quitting our day job in favor of writing. Our writing time becomes precious, and there’s little we can do to change that.
But we can make the most of what we have. Here are 10 tips to show you how.