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How to Keep a Writing Log (and Why You Should)

A few minutes a day can make all the difference.

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I’ve been keeping an online writing log. Yesterday was day sixty.

At first I thought — who would want to read this? I mean. It’s boring. How many days in a row can I write I worked on my edits?

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Shaunta Grimes

Shaunta Grimes

Learn. Write. Repeat. Visit me at ninjawriters.org. Reach me at shauntagrimes@gmail.com. (My posts may contain affiliate links!)

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