Everyone professional writer has a writing routine. They vary widely — Ernest Hemingway stood while he wrote while Truman Capote claimed to only be able to write while laying in bed but each writer has some sort of routine. To be great, you have to. Because ultimately, this is a profession like any other. It requires putting in the hours and doing the work. We created the following items to help you craft a routine of your own!
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Have you ever wondered how top-notch writers do it—how the people who are at the very heights of their craft get their work done? Well, so did we. So we set out to find answers. Every week, we go deep into the how, what, when, and in-what-order of writing and the writing life. The result is Writing Routines: A close look at the craft, through the eyes of its very best practitioners.