Cory Doctorow’s Tips for Finishing Your Writing Projects

Take it from a guy who oughta know: sitting your squirrely butt at that keyboard or notebook for 20 minutes every day (yes, weekends too) is one true tip for finishing your writing projects. Cory Doctorow, Canadian writer extraordinaire lays it out in his feature for LOCUS Magazine for you who are convinced that there just isn’t enough time in a day to complete that insurmountable project (yes, he’s talking to me too, at times.) And you know what? He’s absolutely right.

Cory Doctorow: Writing in the Age of Distraction on Locus Online

Update (Jan.16/09): For further inspiration, see “Daily Routines,” an online compendium of how the publicly admired spend their days. Via VSL.

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