Welcome to the weekend. While it's a good time to "break" from your weekday routine, it's also a good time to either start or continue a writing project, especially if you think you might have the next great novel in you.
Remember, you don’t have to start with a whole novel. In fact, you just need to write a few words; then a few sentences; and then a few paragraphs. It's sort-of like taking that proverbial "thousand mile trip." To get there, you have to take the first step. As prize-winning writer William Faulkner once said: "Eventually, if you’ve started out with the right few words, you’re going to get yourself a short story, and like a couple of rabbits put together in a hutch, you kind of know where that might lead – yep, into a full-blown novel. But, first, you’ve got to write down a few words.
If a story is in you, it has to come out.” Happy writing.
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