How To Write Productively by Patrick M. Greene
You just told yourself that you were going to go and write a book, but there is just one problem. You have to write. It is easy to say that you are going to start writing your book today, but it is rarely done. Most writing enthusiasts don’t even know where to start. There are some who do not know when to start. They know how to start, but they just don’t have the energy to start writing. I mean, who can blame them, really? Writing is tiring. Most people think that it is much better how they have already published their book and how people are praising them for their perfectly written book. But there is bad news: after you’re done fantasizing, you have to accept the reality that you haven’t even written a single chapter yet. You then get back to your workspace. After being intimidated by the amount of work you need to do, you’ll realize that you just can’t do it anymore. Then you get back to your bedroom accepting the fact that you’ll never be a writer, and then you feel asleep. When you wake up you’ll feel all motivated again to write your book, but it just doesn’t happen. The cycle just keeps on going. Want to know how to be productive with your book? Want to know how you are ever going to consider yourself as a published author? Well, here is a little advice for you: just write. Just write. Don’t think about anything. Just write. You don’t have to think about whether or not you are doing it right. When we are talking about creativity there is really right or wrong way of writing something. Writing is about self-expression so just forget about the technicalities for a minute. Well, of course your book has to make sense but that is what editing is for. Right now, your job is to write. You wouldn’t have decided to write a book if you don’t have a specific topic on mind. Write as if you are running for your life. Write everything that crosses your mind. You have to accept the fact that writing isn’t a one-way process. Rather, it is two-way. The first step is to write. Just write everything, and then the second and last part of the whole writing process is the editing. This is the part when you’ll examine if there are some scenes that you have written wrong. This is the part when you have to take a look if all the sentences are written in the best way they can be. Spot Phrases and sentences that can be rewritten in a better way. The key to good writing isn’t a wide vocabulary. As a matter of fact, writing is more about making sure that the reader understands what you have written. Bear in mind that writing is a form of expression. With that, you should make sure that your writing is understandable. When you have come up with a book that is easy to read and understand that is the time when you can say that you have productively written your book.

OneVoice   OneVoice wrote
on 6/25/2017 4:24:59 AM
... Might we add... an additional 'few and important' considerations between the 'writing and editing' phase of the project - include... * creating a narrative - logical progression... * segmenting thoughts into substantive paragraphs in order to 'group' ideas and thoughts into 'meaningful' images/messages/thoughts... * let's not forget proofing 'ccorrect' grammer, puntuation, spelling... all of which (as you've earlier mentioned)... falls under the 'editing category'. That said... good writers 'divine' useful tools of the 'writing trade'... creatively working within an established format/framework... in order to translate the 'arduous process' of conveying 'written language' to 'virgin audiences' in a way that makes sense - to them... audiences...many of whom may... for the first time, read words expressed by persons 'tooling/weilding' their 'writing craft' That said... keep writing. Be well

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Patrick works as a contributor at He is a former editor of a small town newspaper publishing. He is an avid fan of social media, and runs his own page for writing enthusiasts for his college. With the rising clamor for healthy living, Patrick immersed himself with water sports.