"What's Holding YOU Back
From The Writing Career Of Your Dreams?
If You Want To Write More, Sell More,
AND Have More Fun Writing... It's Easier Than You Can Imagine!"
Many writers feel guilty, stressed, and desperate when the words won't come...
For many writers, writing is HARD. It's a form of torture.
Beginning writers just give up their dream of writing. They're convinced that a writing career is impossible for them, because they find writing difficult, and they think that this means that they can't develop a great career as a writer...
Established writers get so stressed they suffer burnout, or lose great writing gigs because they're top-class procrastinators...
Some writers have a real productivity problem. It takes them weeks to write an article, and years to complete a book.
Writing can be so challenging for otherwise competent writers that just give up writing.
They've never learned the secrets of making writing fun and easy for themselves.
Indeed, they may even think that writing is supposed to be HARD. It's not.
Read on, and discover the truth.
Who said writing has to be hard?
Lots of people, primarily writers with a gift for self-dramatization. :-)
Here are some examples:
Count Leo Tolstoy wrote: "One ought only to write when one leaves a piece of one's own flesh in the inkpot, each time one dips one's pen."
Samuel Johnson wrote: "A man will turn over half a library to make one book."
Red Smith (sportswriter) wrote: "There's nothing to writing. All you do is sit down at a typewriter and open a vein."
Uh-huh. Since all three writers were prolific however, we can assume that they were mostly enjoying their writing, and just liked to complain. (if you're successful, no one wants to hear that it's EASY for you... much better to make it sound as if you're really suffering.:-))
Thousands of less gifted writers have complained about how hard writing is, just in case people discover that they're having a mile of fun when they should be suffering for their art.
Can you really have FUN writing, and write well?
Yes you can. Writing should be both fun and easy for you. You should write as easily as you do everything else in your life -- drive a car, cook a meal, or __________ (fill in the blank with something you can do effortlessly.)
You can discover how, in the next couple of minutes, so please pay attention now.
Writing hasn't always been easy for me. I've had all the struggles with writing you're going through. In 30 years of writing, I've gone through many, many dramas.
I was often completely blocked, and wanted to give up writing. Yes, I felt that writing was hard, too.
I wanted to write more, and to enjoy writing. I wanted to be PROLIFIC. But I usually procrastinated, especially when I had deadlines.
Finally, after a lot of struggling with writing (it took around ten years) I decided that I would learn all the techniques necessary to become truly prolific. I studied creativity, how the brain functions, mind states, relaxation, and much more.
I experimented on myself, and when I found something that worked, I shared it with my students. If the process worked for them, I refined it, and made it part of my repertoire of writing tips, tricks and strategies.
I've been sharing these strategies in an ebook, "Top 70 Writing Tips To Help You To Write More" since 2006, and they've helped many writers. They work so well, that the ebook is one of the first things I send to my private coaching students, along with exercises I created to help them to put the strategies into practice.
The exercises weren't part of the original ebook, and they've been so useful that I've revised the original material, to include the exercises as well.
You can take them with you wherever you go. Angela Booth's Top 70 Writing Tips: Write More, Improve Your Writing, AND Make More Money is now available on the Kindle. Enjoy. :-)