Writing productivity advice from prolific author, blogger and podcaster Joanna Penn

Joanna Penn

With 28 published books Joanna Penn is prolific by most standards. Her print books, however, are just the beginning – those 17 novels and nine non-fiction books by three author names are the foundation for 110 e-book and audio products; that’s dwarfed further by her 1,300 blog posts, 360 podcasts, 500 videos, a handful of short stories, and a side-line writing sweet romance with her Mum. All of this has been achieved in 10 years – the time researchers reckon it takes to master a skill. So how does this New York Times bestselling author manage it? [click to continue…]

#100DaysOfWriting – the gentle approach to writing productivity by novelist Jenn Ashworth

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Writers’ block hits – you’re overwhelmed and paralysed by the fear you’ll never write again, let alone be productive and build a regular writing routine. Do you give up or take action? Find out how novelist Jenn Ashworth created #100daysofwriting to overcome writers’ block and fall back in love with her book with a gentle productivity challenge.  [click to continue…]

How to visualise your writing dreams and goals

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Visualising your writing goals can be a first step towards making them a reality. Neuroscience shows that when you visualise something you stimulate the same parts of the brain as when you actually do it. We asked visual thinker Cara Holland how to visualise your writing future – read her step-by-step guide to drawing your dream. [click to continue…]

The writing productivity secrets of best selling authors from podcaster Kelton Reid

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In his hugely popular podcast The Writer FilesKelton Reid studies the habits, habitats, and brains of a wide spectrum of renowned writers to learn their secrets of writing productivity and creativity. Having now interviewed over 70 top authors like Douglas Coupland,  Joanna Penn and Austin Kleon, we asked Kelton to reveal to us what secrets he’s learned along the way. [click to continue…]

The writing routines of top writing coach K.M. Weiland

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K.M. Weiland is one of the best known writing mentors and coaches in the world. An internationally published author of the bestselling Outlining Your Novel and Structuring Your Novel, Weiland also mentors authors on her award-winning website Helping Writers Become Authors and writes historical and speculative fiction too. How does she get down to write and what processes does she use? She talks exclusively to the Prolifiko blog.

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8 common mistakes to avoid when setting your 2018 writing resolution

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So – you’ve decided. You’re finally going to get down to writing in 2018. Maybe you need to kickstart your blog, you might have a burning idea or you have some half-finished project you’re determined to complete. But when research shows that 92% of all new year’s resolutions rarely make it past January, how can you make sure your writing resolution sticks? [click to continue…]

Writing productivity types – the quiz results are in!

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How DO people find the time to write? Are there optimal writing productivity types? I lie awake at night worrying about my own unfulfilled writing dreams and wonder how on earth I’ll help others achieve theirs. So, I swapped insomnia for surveys and put out a quiz. The results are now in and they’ve given me a whole heap more to ponder over! [click to continue…]

Stretch your creative muscles with the writers’ yogi

Stretch your creative muscles

If sitting is the new smoking then writers have a 20-a-day habit. Throw in another packet if you also have a desk job. To stop getting a writer’s hump – or worse – you need to stretch from the tips of your typing fingers to your plot tapping toes. Find out the importance of taking a break to stretch your creative muscles. [click to continue…]

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