SubmitYourArticle.com Reveals Writing Habits of Professional Writers
Article submission service SubmitYourArticle.com today revealed how professional writers can maximise their productivity through structuring their writing.
(Monday, April 23, 2012) York, UK - The highly successful article distribution service, SubmitYourArticle.com suggested today that the afternoon may actually be a time when professional writer are less inclined to write.
Many professional writers face the challenge of writing every single day on a myriad of topics, some of them unfamiliar. Which is repeated week in and week out, year in and year out. Due to necessity, many writers create a writing routine so that they approach the task of writing in a strategic way.
One of the things that SubmitYourArticle.com mentions is that whenever a new writer is learning the skill, it really helps to look to writers who have vast experience in the field. Professional writers know tricks from learning the hard way and have secrets that have taken years to learn. These writers can pass along valuable knowledge that saves the less experienced writers significant amounts of time.
SubmitYourArticle.com is preparing for a challenge which has recently been announced on the blog called “Wake Up and Write”. The challenge has been created based on extensive research on the writing routines and general habits of professional writers. The writer and creator of the challenge claims a study using information from 10 professional non-fiction writers, contained eye-opening results.
Conclusions from the study show that out of the nine writers who discussed what time of day they wrote, all nine wrote in the morning. Some of them also wrote at other times of day (afternoon or evening), but every one of the writers in the study said that they always began their writing in the morning. They started writing between 6am and 8:30am.
Interestingly, several of the writers described the afternoon as “mental dead time”.
Six out of the ten writers gave very specific information about where they preferred to write, and all six said they preferred to write in a lonely, isolated, quiet place that was free of distractions. Such as a bare office with no internet or phone and no windows.
The writer suggests that professional writers take things to extreme measures to create an environment where they can concentrate.
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