I’m honestly the last person who should be advising anyone on the subject of how to write. I’m not good at keeping routines, I’m a perfectionist to a fault and I can spend hours on end looking at a blank page, finding any excuse not to write and indulging any distraction that keeps me away from the work.
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We’ve all been there. English class 101 where the teacher drones on and on about “i” before ‘e” except after ‘c”. Where the spelling lesson has now become redundant thanks to spell check. Where the difference between a noun and pronoun has you scratching your head. Where you are asked to take everything you’ve learned thus far, given a general story line and are asked to write a short story.
I love questions. A good question always includes the answer. Sarah Arrow’s book starts with one, a question that includes the answer and a promise also. “Do you wish that your blog posts had more views?… the post that will go viral…”
When I first opened the covers of this book, inside I expected to find a structure that matched exactly what my rational mind desired to visualize. I was surprised. The book is structured in such a way that if you want to write a book in 30 days, you are certain to write one after reading it.
Three days before the Start (Saturday, June 28th, 2014) Good morning dearest readers! It is a very beautiful rainy day here… The summer was never been like this before. I’ve been on this planet for so many years, but until now I don’t recall this country having