Do you have an idea for a great story?
Or are you already working on it?
Are you working on it every day? Or do you let a few days go by?
There is no right way or wrong way to write, but you still have to write. For professionals, they write every day.
I’m not a J.K. Rowling or Stephen King, nor would I ever pretend to be, but I try to get in five to six writing days a week. And as amazing as that may sound, I have to confess, I don’t get in thousands upon thousands of word. I get in a few hundred depending on if I am writing or revising.
How many words do you get in?
Would you like to have something great to track your progress?
Last month, I thought long and hard about commissioning a graphic designer to make a calendar specifically designed for writers.
The calendar I had made has daily checkboxes so you can see your daily progress. Track how often you write, or how many words you get in a day. Plan or plot when you will start your next book.
The possibilities are only defined by your creativity.
So if you’re thinking of writing, if you’re already writing, or if you’re like me and want to see your progress at-a-glance, check out the new ilovetowrite.org calendar.