3 Tips for Finishing Your Writing Project

by Laura Michelle Thomas, Senior Editor jaBlog!

 

As I slog my way through a complete rewrite of my newest novel project––an animal fantasy adventure starring a young ferret named Bob Warhop––I’m reminded how hard it can be to stay with a project until it’s finished. But finishing your writing projects consistently and promptly is the difference between wannabe writers and professionals.

I hope this little video will help you dust off your keyboard, clean the cobwebs out of your imagination, and get back to work.

 

 

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If you have a question that you would like me to answer in a short You Tube video, please email it to me. ~ Laura

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Laura Michelle Thomas

About Laura Michelle Thomas

Laura Michelle Thomas is a novelist, freelance writer, writing mentor, and the owner of Laura Thomas Communications. She is the creator and administrator of the Junior Authors Contests and Junior Authors Conferences. Laura is publisher and senior editor of jaBlog! and is dedicated to fostering the development of young writers worldwide.

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