Jane Austen did it every morning. Stephen King does it every day. Franz Kafka did it every night. Why have so many famous writers stuck like glue to a ritualized routine? Because it works.
Author: Bob Walsh (Page 1 of 2)
If there’s one thing that cranking out three books for Apress taught me, it is the absolutely paramount importance of three words: Write. Every. Day. If you don’t, it will hurt. A lot. I still remember the pain of being halfway through writing my second book, having taken two weeks off, and struggling to get back to the mental state where the words would flow again. Here’s what happens: