Finding Time to Write: Ten Ways to Find More Time by Suzanne Lieurance

Kansas City, MO (PressExposure) January 30, 2012 -- CONTACT: Suzanne Lieurance Email: suzannelieurance@hotmail.com Website: http://www.workingwritersclub.com

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Finding Time to Write: Ten Ways to Find More Time by Suzanne Lieurance

Often times aspiring writers have difficulty carving out the time necessary to create the freelance writing career they long for. With responsibilities pulling you from every direction it is difficult to actually find the time to write. Learn to lasso your time and get writing.

The Working Writer's Club is a professional club for freelance writers, authors, coaches, and speakers providing training, resources, and networking opportunities for its members. The Working Writer's Club is pleased to share with you the Suzanne Lieurance's latest article entitled, "Ten Ways to Find More Time to Write."

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"Whether you're a full time writer or someone who just wants to give writing a try, these tips should help you find more time to write.

1. Get organized. You'll spend too much time looking for things if your office is a mess. Clean off your desk and keep it cleaned off. Create project folders...

2. Make decisions ahead of your actual writing time. Decisions can zap your creativity energy. So make as many decisions about WHAT and HOW to write something before you actually sit down to write. The ideal time for making these...

3. For a nonfiction book or a novel - work from an outline. That's how writers who work on assignment for book packagers, mass market publishers, and other series publishers get so many books written in a year. They make a very detailed...

4. Let go of activities that take your time but offer you no real benefits in return. If you joined a critique group years ago and now it's turned into little more than an enjoyable social club, drop it. You can make better...

5. Do many of your morning chores the night before. Early morning is prime writing time for many writers. If you love to write in the early morning, but you...

6. Outsource as many activities as you can. If you can afford to - HIRE someone to clean the house. Hire a neighborhood teen to come...

7. Train your kids to work alongside you while you write. Set aside 30 minutes to an hour a day (depending of the ages of your children) for writing for both you and your kids. Get the...

8. Hang out with other PRODUCTIVE writers. The key word here is "productive." Many people say they are writers, yet they never seem to write...

9. When people ask you what you do, tell them you're a writer. Simply saying this confidently will make...

10. Set specific writing goals for each writing session. This can be part of your weekly marketing plan and daily to-do list. With definite writing goals you'll..." Visit the Working Writer's Club today and read Lieurance's full article and please feel free to leave your comments or questions so Suzanne can interact with you: http://www.workingwritersclub.com/2012/01/30/10-ways-to-find-more-time-to-write/.

About Suzanne Lieurance:

Suzanne Lieurance is a children's writer with (at last count) 23 published books for children. She was also an instructor with the Institute of Children's Literature (located in West Redding, Connecticut) for over 8 years. As The Working Writer's Coach, Lieurance helps people who love to write become "working" freelance writers and make a living doing what they love to do best.

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