At any cost.
Until he meets Shay Doyle, healer and member of a secret group of immortal Celtic warriors, the Tuatha de Danaan, living in modern-day Colorado. When Cor is injured, Bannerman is forced to accept her help. He quickly realizes that the golden-haired healer is shield-maiden tough and can hold her own on the field of battle with the big boys. And Shay soon discovers that there is more to Bann than meets the eye.
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- Write five days a week and try to hit 1,000 words a day. 20 weeks = 100,000 words = an adult novel.
- Or write five days a week and try to hit 500 words a day. 20 weeks = 50,000 words = a middle grade novel
- Write every day. As many words as you can.
- Write badly. You can always fix stuff later.
- Read the last two chapters you wrote to get you warmed up, then start writing
- Write whenever you have a 15 minute block of time
- Stop each day in the middle of a scene that you are excited about – that will give you momentum when you come back to it tomorrow. I think it was Hemingway who did this.
- If you have do research, just tag that spot, and keep writing your quota for the day. Do the research later, unless you absolutely need it to move the story forward
- Write the big scenes first, then fill in around them.
- Or write the ending first, then the beginning, then fill in the middle.
So would I because I write so sloooowww.