2k to 10k: Writing Faster, Writing Better, and Writing More by Rachel Aaron

By Rachel Aaron

"Have you ever desired to double your day-by-day observe counts? Do you typically think like you're crawling via your tale? do you need to put in writing extra each day with no expanding the time you spend writing or sacrificing caliber? It's now not very unlikely, it's now not even that onerous. this is often the publication explaining how, with a number of basic alterations, I boosted my day-by-day writing from 2000 phrases to over 10k an afternoon, and the way you could too."

Expanding on her hugely profitable procedure for doubling day-by-day observe counts, this booklet, a mix of remodeled web publication posts and new fabric, deals sensible writing suggestion for somebody who's ever longed to extend their day-by-day writing output. as well as up to date details for Rachel's renowned 2k to 10k writing potency strategy, five step plotting strategy, and straightforward modifying counsel, this new booklet contains chapters on growing characters that write their very own tales, functional plot constitution, and studying to like your day-by-day writing. packed with effortless to keep on with, sensible suggestion from a advertisement writer who doesn't consume if she doesn't produce solid books regularly, 2k to 10k focuses not only on writing swifter, yet writing greater, and having extra enjoyable once you do it.

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"This. Is. notable. you're telling my tale at once. ebook is due in 2 weeks, and I'm behind--woefully, painfully behind--because I've been stuck...writing in circles and unenthused. but here--here is a gorgeous resolution. i'm printing this put up out, and I'm getting down to make my triangle. thanks, thanks, THANK YOU!" - YA writer Susan Dennard

About the Author

Rachel Aaron is the writer of 11 books, so much significantly The Legend of Eli Monpress, a 5 ebook myth sequence a few fascinating wizard thief and the difficulty he will get himself into, released by means of Orbit Books. Her speedy writing tools were utilized by such remarkable authors as YA bestseller Holly Black, Rachel Caine, writer of The Morganville Vampires sequence, and bestselling non-fiction writer Holli Thompson.

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