Russel Blake’s Craft Tip #3 – How To Write More, Faster


Craft Tip #3 – How To Write More, Faster

An inspiring post from crazy-productive indie novelist Russel Blake. Read it all!

My favorite is Tip #10:

The power of questions: Ask yourself, “How can I make this the best chapter I have ever written, and be excited and have fun doing it?” before you sit down to write. Asking yourself questions that empower you determines your perception of what you do, and will affect how you do it.

Ask good questions.

“How can I turn out the best book I’ve ever written and do it in less time than I dreamed possible while enjoying the process” gets you a different answer than “Why can’t I keep up with those other authors” or “What am I thinking even doing this?” If you believe you can, you’re right. If you believe you can’t, you’re right. If you believe, “I’ll find a way,” you’ll have a different career than “This will never work.”

Craft Tip #3 – How To Write More, Faster.

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Writer of crime fiction, psychological drama, and dark humor.

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2 comments on “Russel Blake’s Craft Tip #3 – How To Write More, Faster
  1. Sound advice. I love the new look, Matt! It’s like you’re a novelist or something.

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