Happy New Year to you lovely writers and friends. Here’s a short video to help you be more productive in 2020, based on what others say works and what I know. Please do add any tips you have too, in the comments.
If you write books of any description, then you may want to join this Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/20Booksto50k/ which is full of tips for ultra fast writing.
Like you possibly, I’ve got interested in podcasts in the past year and am working my way through this list: https://thewritelife.com/writing-podcasts/
Erica Verrillo is a remarkably helpful writer if your New Year’s Resolution is to get published and/or get more business savvy about writing. Here’s a sample https://publishedtodeath.blogspot.com/2019/04/30-traditional-publishers-accepting.html?fbclid=IwAR1wV4Rbb4K2bUARmoGxz3sr5-o7KPSaJPu5qOQkOsnC4vt8WSv55YU-OBs
Finally, because of the ways our brains work, we writers tend to love themes. Here’s a video from a couple of years back about theme and New Year’s Resolution https://philippadavies.net/2018/01/26/why-reviews-beat-resolutions/
This year I’ve been fired up by a writing exercise I saw on Twitter, where you ask yourself : How will my year look? sound? smell? What color will it be? What object/experience will it most ressemble?
Here, I aim for a gold year, which sounds like a pause with some interesting interruptions , which smells of pine and geranium and which ressembles a revelatory walk in deep woods…
However yours reveals itself, may 2020 bring you joy, peace and the words to express these!