If it weren’t for my writing group friends at BookCamp, I would not make any progress on my writing right now. I have spent most of my days working on websites for myself and others, preparing for a life group this Spring, and trying to keep up with some other minor projects.
Every Monday and every other Thursday, we get online to write with one another. Everyone does their own writing, but we start with a clock that keeps us more focused. At least, it really helps me to focus on what I need to write. It’s amazing how much progress you can make with a clock counting down and focus.
If only I would put into practice the clock we use in those sessions successfully personally. I tend to let myself go until the mid afternoon, and then making progress gets even harder. I haven’t found my niche yet even though I’ve written several books and maintain this blog. Perhaps that should be my new goal. Instead of projects, I should just focus on improving my writing habit, routine, and process. That’s all for this week.
I’m still looking for what you think I should do next: a book on the Lord’s Supper, or a book on the presence of God. I hope to release both this year, along with a few other books and editorial changes to current books. Let me know what you think.
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