* With a clear idea of what to write about, it's certainly possible. * The first lines of the day are often the hardest, but keep free from distraction. * If one writes how s/he speaks, (conversational-style writing), it creates a natural rhythm in the writing that appeals to others. * If it's easy for a writer to hear what he or she is trying to say as they write it, chances are so will anyone who later reads it. * Another trick is, at the day, don't end the last paragraph or even the last sentence. Just leave it in the middle. The next day's writing can begin at a pre-existing place without having to sit and think up what direction to take next. A lot of times this helps that momentum lag writers often feel when they first sit down and helps to be more prolific. * Also, those who can type faster will be able to get more on paper by the end of the day. * Longhand works just as well because it's portable, although it is limiting in the amount a writer can achieve in a long amount of time since hands are liable to cramp after many hours of holding a pen or pencil. * It would help if this is a first priority, though, above sleeping and eating.
if you have photographic memory its possible
Who could have known that? But i thought a novelist compelled by inspiration, maybe he has inspiration one day and he wrote 50 pages, and the next day when inspiration gone, he would write nothing. That is how novelists go.
to write 10 pages per day
He refused to date her that day if she didnt write so and so pages each day. he wouldn't let her leave the house until she wrote a few pages she finished the book by her graduation day
It depends on many factors: How long is the book you are writing? Do you have a deadline? How much do you want to do each day? Do you have a lot of time each day or none at all? Depending on the answers to these questions, you can tell how many pages you can or could write wach day.
No you have to pay for them. =========== Possible but unlikely. Many performers receive dozens of letters a day
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