Time Blocking Your Writing Routine

K.M. Allan

Taking a book from an idea to a finished tome can take years, and finding the time to regularly work on said book can be just as hard as getting those sentences right.

That’s when having a writing routine is your best bet, and finding one that works for you is invaluable.

I like to use routines because if I know what I need to do; I actually do it. I understand, however, that routines don’t work for everyone. Seeing your tasks laid out in black and white can be overwhelming, and the pressure to stick to the routine can cause anxiety. To counteract this, I find it’s best to keep any writing routine as simple as possible.

For the past few years, a writing routine that’s worked for me is splitting my book writing and blog writing into separate weeks. I call the first week Writing Week (real creative…

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