how to be a really prolific and amazing writer

1. say you are going to write something.

2. organize your desktop to maximize your writing space.

3. tell everybody you’re going to go write something.

4. tweet about your preparations, preferably use #amwriting hashtag.

5. sharpen all your pencils. you don’t use pencils.

6. run a pot of coffee.

7. drink a pot of coffee.

8. talk about writing some more. this time with the jitters.

9. creep on your friends’ FB profiles.

10. write a really lame blog entry and call it a day.

 

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7 thoughts on “how to be a really prolific and amazing writer

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  2. how to be a really prolific and amazing READER

    1. say you are going to READ something.

    2. organize your desktop to maximize your READING space.

    3. tell everybody you’re going to go READ something.

    4. tweet about your preparations, preferably use #amREADING hashtag.

    5. sharpen all your pencils. you don’t use pencils.

    6. run a pot of coffee.

    7. drink a pot of coffee.

    8. talk about READING some more. this time with the jitters.

    9. creep on your friends’ FB profiles.

    10. READ a really lame blog entry and call it a day.

    it’s a day 😉

  3. It’s really unfair that so much writing has to be done on the computer—books, emails, projects, non-lame blog posts—and that’s the same place that FB, Twitter, and all manner of time-wasters also exist!

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