Today, I spent 30 minutes drawing a pig.
As you can see, I’m not quite where I’m going to quit my job as a writer.
But I’m practicing. Daily – at least 30 minutes, often closer to one hour. And this is a lot better than when I started.
I get motivation to draw daily from the course I’m on, because we’re supposed to share our cartoons daily.
So it works – I have only skipped holidays and sick days.
That’s the thing about NaNoWriMo, too. It motivates you to write daily and share your results. I love the tool they have to add your daily word count, and you can see the curve go up and up.
Are you doing NaNoWriMo in November?
You still have time to prepare so you can start writing the 1st.
If you want a great start, you should get your hands on the product I made with Lynn Johnston. It’s bursting with tips for both plotters and pantsers.
Plus as a bonus, Lynn has added several products, including one that guides you through every one of the 30 writing days. People have finished novels just with the help of that product. It’s yours to grab inside the download area.
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