My number #1 tip for writing, or so I think today: time your writing, whether its 15 minute sprints or an hour, and write down how many words you write in that 15 minutes or an hour and do not allow ANY distractions. See what I did there? I snuck in three points by using co-ordinating conjunctions but, in my defense, they are related: Time, count, and focus.
ALSO, MY NEW NOVEL IS SOON TO BE OUT and I'm discounting it to 0.99 cents for the next few preorder days and for the first five days it's available.https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B09VTC2PZX/ref=dbs_a_def_rwt_hsch_vapi_tkin_p1_i7
Here's the NEW cover:
July Jackson wakes up in Egypt, Texas (population 1888). He can’t remember the night before. When he steps outside, he sees snow. Temperature gage says 27. It’s August. None of the phones, tv’s, computers, or vehicles work. The entire town is cut off. July is sheriff. It’s his job to protect the town. His duty. Soon he realizes he’s in for the fight of his life, and the enemy isn’t only strangers outside the town limits but neighbors within. An SFF Suspense Mystery
Thanks for stopping by. Brian