Monthly Archives: September 2010

Are Number of Pages or Word Count More Important?

Through my many discussions into the progression of my book writing process, a question continues to resurface. How many pages is your book? Initially this concern or idea was something that was important to me. Continue reading

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The First Draft is Finished

These last three weeks I have really seen the end in sight. It has been difficult yet exalting as I was moving towards finishing my first manuscript. On one hand, finishing was all that I could think of. Continue reading

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That Inner Feeling of Failure

Then that small voice of failure creeps into my mind. It has been a daily and nagging counterpart to my own aspiration and desire. I often wonder why it is there. What is the point of worrying about failure. If I finish the book, regardless of what really happens, it is not a failure. Continue reading

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Is that the end in sight?

Anxiety is almost bubbling at my pores. I am preparing to finish my first draft of my first manuscript. Every writer has been at this point during their careers. Continue reading

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