2,000 to 10,000: How to Write Faster, Write Better, and Write More of What You Love

Have you ever wanted to double your daily word counts? Do you sometimes feel like you 're crawling through your story? Do you want to write more every day without increasing the time you spend writing or sacrificing quality? It 's not impossible, it 's not even that hard. This is the book explaining how, with a few simple changes, I boosted my daily writing from 2000 words to over 10k a day, and how you can too. "

Expanding on her highly successful process for doubling daily word counts, this novel, a ombination of reworked blog posts and new material, offers practical writing advice for anyone who 's ever longed to increase their daily writing output. In additiona to updated information for Rachel 's popular 2k to 10k writing efficiency process, 5 step plotting method, and easy editing tips, this new book includes chapters on creating characters that write their own tories, practical plot structure, and learning to love your daily writing. Full of easy to follow, practical advice from a commercial author who does n't eat if she does n't produce good books on a regular basis, 2k to 10k focuses not just on writing faster, but writing better, and having more fun while you do it.
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Published October 7th 2012
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After getting halfway through 2k to 10k I stopped work on my current novel and started scene mapping it.

Now, when I actually write those scenes, I will know where I am going and how I will get there.2k to 10k is not the onl word on writing fiction, but I wish I 'd read it before I started wandering through the woods.

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It guides the reader into creating stronger foundations and aids them in making the writing process faster and more free-flowing.

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That one big thing- if you do n't want to write it, no-one will want to read it- what a difference it made.

I averaged 5-6K because I edit as I go along, but I also did hit that 10K, and more importantly for me, I got to be eviden in achieving the 5-6k.I 'm about to start a new novel, and I 'm going to give her planning process a try now.

And yes, I do work a bit differently from her- I 've mentioned that I do a lot of editing as I go along.

And another big thing I have to mention that I really liked, is that she talks about writing as a craft that can be honed, and not some kin of 'it comes to you in the afternoo and you can or ca n't' type process.

So whether you 're new to writing or like me, in need of a major enthusiasm and productivity boost, I highly recommend this nove.

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She covers much of it in her 2K to 10K blog post and the Kindle version features additional sections on plotting early in the writing process, keeping editing as painless as possible, and getting through those times when you dread even looking at your novel ( hint: it 's not you, it 's the novel).

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I had read Rachel 's blog post about how she went from writing 2k words a day to 10k, some time ago and decided I should try her book.One thing I liked was that she tells you right from the start that there is no RIGHT way to write.

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Some of the methods in the books are n't new, but it 's the way in which her techniques are laid out that really helped me to focus during my writing times.The section on Editing is phenomenal, and I ca n't wait to put those steps into practice after I 'm done with my first draft! This is without a doubt the BEST 99 cents I 've spent in a while!

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In the sixt part, the author describes how she writes her own ooks, dealing with the haracter, plot, settings and editing.

It is possible to both create the large plot and write at the same time.

In the fourth part of the memoir, Rachel will get more into the large scale planning.

Initially, she thinks about the protagonist, plot and settings.

The fourth part seems rather obvious: plan, find a time, and check your enthusiasm.

Can you view, however, a research paper in terms of haracters, lots and settings?

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