When an aspiring writer talks to me about writing tips for fiction, is one of the most frequently asked questions: How do you find time to write? The answer, I would, “Just do it” is not enough. So, in this article we will examine the question of a little ‘closer. We live in a busy world, with many requests from our jobs, spouses, children, draining tours, TV programs we want to see, read and respond to e-mail, phone calls to family and friends. If you look at your daily routine, it may seem that just is not the time to write.
Well, I have good news and bad news for you. The good news is that even with a busy schedule, you can still work to do. The bad news? Something in your lifestyle to suffer, or change your fiction writing requirements.
There are no shortcuts or easy answers. You have creative – and motivated. For example, you get a lunch break at work? Start a notebook and use this time – even though it’s only 30 minutes – to work on their stories. They commute via carpool, bus, subway or at work? Instead of reading the newspaper or listening to music on your iPod, connect through your novel. One of the keys to learning productivity, determine how these bags for free time during the day, and then using them to your advantage. It’s not as difficult as you might think. In fact, if you could really examine your daily routine, you’ll be amazed how much you achieve.
Can a fiction writing, while the children play, eat, or take a nap? May dictate or scribble a few lines while waiting in line somewhere? Zip a little ‘prose if you wait to cook for dinner? And yes, you might as well give up certain things. You really do not need to watch all the TV programs every week? You need to spend hours on social networking sites, do not do anything special? Look for the “fat” in your life, cut out and replaced by something in writing fiction! Even if everything runs just an hour a day, that’s something. Do you have a page for an hour and you get a solid design 9-10 months, that’s not so bad have.