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Finding the enthusiasm

  • Posted by Carla Godfrey
  • February 28, 2017 6:55 AM PST
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Tips for maintaining enthusiasm during writing.

Writing isn't just a question of sitting down and getting on with it - it requires dedication, we've all been there - writer's block or just not knowing how to start, but, one of the most crucial elements is the chosen subject. Don't just write about any subject - choose one that you have a real passion for. Writing about something with enthusiasm makes the world of difference; it is a wonderful thing to be able to write a book so, it shouldn't feel like a chore. Look back over the books that you have read over the years and determine your genre. From experience, it makes planning and writing the novel so much more fun.

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