Edit My Novel
By Cara Lockwood
We all have incredibly busy schedules these days, and if you’re trying to write a novel while also juggling a full-time job, a family, and a social life, writing often takes a back seat. In our full-throttle life mode, finding time to write your dream novel can be nearly impossible.
I think it’s vital for every new writer to try to find at least an hour a day to devote to writing. Writing every day helps keep the story fresh in your mind so you spend less time reminding yourself of what you’ve already written. Writing every day also helps you hone your skills. But where to find the time?
I wrote my first novel, I Do (But I Don’t), while I was also working a full-time job and planning a wedding. To say that year was hectic was an understatement! But here are some tips and tricks to carve out that extra hour a day you need to write: