The Human mind is a strange place; if you sit down to write on something you have been longing to do and had been procrastinating, you will hardly get back the ideas you thought you had captured, and everything would seem to have vanished right before your eyes, even the most obvious one for that reason. Going back to your Dish TV Packages might help a little as you while your time.
Writer’s block as some would like to call it is something all of us experience when we are actually running out of time. That is the reason why writers really don’t have a fixed working hours; in fact they don’t help at all. So how does a writer actually go about doing his job? As I discovered after many years of experimenting, there are some simple rules that we can adopt to meet deadlines and here are some of them. Beware, however, that not everything will work well for everyone.
If you can help it, don’t have a time schedule to submit your work to the editor. That will ensure you don’t come up with a shoddy work, which sure will get rejected. Did you know that some of the famous authors write five hundred or even less words a day! And at that pace produced a little over fifty or more masterpieces for others to read and relish! But that does not mean you staying away from the computer for days doing nothing. The rule is, apportion a part of the day to writing and sit down to write, even if that means simply staring at the monitor.
Trying to be eloquent with everything the very first time is something that the inexperienced writers do. The result is, they write hundreds of really good sentences only to erase them out, and ultimately settle for the shoddy ones. The first draft, remember, is to get the story in its right perspective; the rest is something you can keep it for another day, or better still leave it to the editor. They always have something better for you; suggestions and even a rewrite that you would appreciate.
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