The WNFIN challenge is broken into three part: writing, publishing and promoting. Given that we are on day #2, we are in the first part: writing. We’ll start with some advice on how to ensure your creativity remains a constant flow all month long. For some writers, this creativity poses no problem. For others, however, creativity ebbs and flows, often ebbing just when they need it to flow—such as when they want to meet a deadline or achieve a goal, like finishing a project in 30 days.
That’s why I’ve asked my friend and colleague, Mary E. Knippel, founder of Your Writing Mentor and a creativity coach, to once again start off WNFIN with an guest post. This time she’s focused on how to get our creative juices flowing. Read her five great tips to help you make it through this intensive writing month or any other heavy period of writing here. (The link takes you to Write Nonfiction NOW’s sister blog, Write Nonfiction in November, which is hosting all of this blog’s posts this month.)