Writing A Novel? Easier Than You Think.

Applying butt to chair with a word deadline works wonders

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Tom Wolfe squeezed out only 135 words a day; Hemingway averaged 500.

Both guys didn’t have the internet pounding on their door. Netflix wasn’t screaming for a novel they could monetize into a TV series. Both guys didn’t give a rat’s ass. They wrote to a schedule and a quota and with paper and pencil.