Think you don’t have time to write? You’re probably right. Between a day job, a family and all of the obligations of modern life, the goal of finishing a novel is clearly impossible. Much less writing a novel every year. And yet, though common sense tells you no, the truth is that you can do it.
New York Times bestselling author William C. Dietz did it, and so have countless other successful (and now full-time) authors. To date, he’s written more than forty novels. And he tells you how to follow in his footsteps in this inspiring and refreshingly no-nonsense article:
Did he make sacrifices? Yes.
Was it tough? Yes.
Can you do it too?
Leave me a comment and let me know what you think. Does this sound like something you can do, too?