Writers, are you having trouble with productivity? Read this.


Every day you don’t write, another innocent story dies. How could you, you heartless monster.

Who knows how much is lost because you put off writing.


The number one problem with writers is that we’re lazy, and we’ll never get anything done unless we discipline ourselves.  If you want to be a successful author, you will have to write everyday, sometimes for hours.

But how do you do that? How do you find the time, the discipline to do that?

Here are 65 authors to answer these questions and more:


Remember: If you don’t write your stories, someone else will.


Follow, like, comment, and go write!

(Image by Araí Moleri Riva-Zucchelli via Flickr Creative Commons)

7 thoughts on “Writers, are you having trouble with productivity? Read this.

    1. Trust me, you’re not the only one. Some of these authors recommend setting deadlines for yourself, and then MEETING THEM. Isn’t that the scariest thing you’ve ever heard?

      I think the hardest part about setting your own deadlines is not biting off more than you can chew.


    1. Quit lacking!

      One of my favorite quotes from the interviews came from K.M. Weiland: “I learned early on that no one else would make my writing a priority for me.”

      Now if only I could apply this advice…


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