Novels take commitment. A book you can read in three hours can take anywhere from three months to three years to write.
Here’s a cute idea for you if you can’t get started writing: use Twitter.
How to Start a Twitter Novel suggest a plan to write a “Twitter novel”:
“1. Throw Out The Manuscript
Twitter is instantaneous. Serializing a manuscript may be easy, but trying to contract and make logical sense of it in 140 character bursts is not. By doing this, you limit the flexibility that Twitter grants in presenting your fiction. Start fresh.”
Now, of itself, a Twitter novel may be close to useless. However, it can provide you with inspiration to write if you outline your “real” novel 140 characters a time in Twitter.
Responses from your followers will help.
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