Are you are a writer? Do you want to be a writer?
If so, are you writing every day?
I heard it said that if you’re a writer and not writing every day, then you’re not really a writer, you’re a reader.
While that may seem harsh, it is something to seriously ponder.
Although it would be a wrong to conclude that you need to be writing seven days a week and never take a break, it is critical to write on a regular basis.
But for now, begin to write every day. That’s the first step to becoming a successful writer.
For the most part, I do write every day, but I vary my labors, rotating between projects. I would never spend seven days in a row working on the same thing; that would become boring and the results would be unacceptable.
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Peter Lyle DeHaan is an author, blogger, and publisher with over 30 years of writing and publishing experience. Check out his book Successful Author FAQs for insider tips and insights.