I’m back at Writers Helping Writers this week to talk about one of favorite productivity tips: writing first drafts out of sequence. (*gasps*) If it sounds like it might be an overwhelming or potentially confusing way to write, I don’t blame you for thinking so. But when approached in a methodical way, “skipping around” can help you take advantage of moments of intense inspiration so you’re constantly in the flow. You can even use it as a work-around for writer’s block. 😮
How does it work? And how can you make it work for you? Click here to read “The Art of ‘Skipping Around,’ or Writing Out of Sequence.”
On a sad note, this will be my final post as a Resident Writing Coach at Writers Helping Writers. It’s been an honor – and a lot of fun – to work with Becca and Angela for the past 2 years and to be a part of their amazing team of writing mentors. I wouldn’t call this a “farewell” to Writers Helping Writers, though, but rather a case of “see you later.” There’s always a chance I could stop by there in the future for a guest post. 😉
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