As writer I am always looking for ways where I could finish my books as quickly as possible. We all know in the real world this does not happen, because writing a book does take time. Not to say the time it takes to edit and reedit or rewrite scenes. But what if you could finishContinue reading “Apply this technique and generate the first draft of your book in 48 Hours!!”
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Key To A Successful Author: Treat writing as a serious business.
As I spend most of my time writing, I cannot help but think, “Hey is it going to count for anything? I have been writing for several years now… what is it for! What would it mean five years from now? Who is going to read it? What is it all about?” Perhaps you mayContinue reading “Key To A Successful Author: Treat writing as a serious business.”
A Beautiful Place- Tasmania
In 2010, I arrived in Melbourne, Australia to begin my Masters in Biomedical Sciences which then converted into a PhD. which brought me to Tasmania! In my view, Tasmania offers excellent educational and research facilities, and along with its unique and inspiring lifestyle, which I help me to develop as an individual. Tasmania is safeContinue reading “A Beautiful Place- Tasmania”
Develop writing as a habit and increase your productivity.
Did you know that generating a writing habit could help you fight writers block? Not only that if you were to write everyday, no matter what, at the end of six months you will have your book. But then why do not we just do it? Lets be real. If you are an author, youContinue reading “Develop writing as a habit and increase your productivity.”
Writers and plots!
Today let’s talk about plots. The biggest challenge for a fiction writer is to create a unique and engaging plot. That’s what writing is about! While this is great, and authors imagination could fly leaps and bounds…the truth is most of our ideas are crap! Please let’s be honest here! I have recently learned thatContinue reading “Writers and plots!”
Authors, stop overthinking and start writing!
Do you overthink? Do Authors overthink? Yes. We do it all the time. Sometimes most of our time is spent thinking about a particular location, character, scene, or dialogue. Perhaps the most trivial thing, like a color of the car. One has to think, does the reader even care? Others spend hours and hours…and evenContinue reading “Authors, stop overthinking and start writing!”