Increasing productivity

The 300-words a day challenge is going well and I’m up to more than 6000 words, which is fantastic. I’m finding it a great incentive to start with 300 or so words. It’s not taxing and the pause each day allows me time to think about the next scene or half scene. In fact I’m enjoying the process so much that I’ve now started another, just to challenge myself, so I have two new stories on the go – one time travel and one historical.

Also sent the partial of PRINCE OF SECRETS to Mills & Boon this week, so I guess I’ll be hearing from them in about two weeks to say it’s arrived. Then comes the nail-biting wait. In the meantime, it’s back to work.

 Onward and upward



1 Comment

  1. bigdicksplace said,

    September 27, 2007 at 9:01 pm

    I’ve always gone with Stephen King’s theory of writing anywhere from 500-1000 quality words per day.
    The key there being quality.
    Your theory seems to be along the same lines.

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