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For Writers: Treating Writing Like a Job

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Today’s writer topic comes from QSFer Elizabeth Noble:

Writing/publishing is a job and maybe hints on treating it as such?

It’s a great idea. As writers, we often start off doing this as a hobby. Many of us have other jobs, and writing gets relegated to second or even third class status. So what can we do to prioritize our writing, to make it the equivalent of our other job or jobs?

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  1. I personally find that I write best in the morning and found a weekend overnight job to allow myself to write during the week. I try to stick to a schedule and keep a calendar to track submissions.

    Squeezing in time for promotional activities (not to mention exercise and a social life) is always a juggling act!

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