Story ideas tend to come when you least expect them. So write them down when you have them.
Recently, I received an email from a teen writer who had decided to write a novel, but she was struggling to find the time.
Between school, homework, music lessons, and other commitments, she didn’t know when she would actually be able to write.
But she was smart to ask for help. She had three specific questions:
1. How can I find enough time for writing?
2. How do I know if my novel idea is any good?
3. If I finish my novel, and nobody wants to read it, what should I do?
Here’s what I told her:
|“We live and die by the clock.”
–William Broyles Jr.
Too bad he didn’t have the
Datexx Miracle Cube Timer.
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