5 Further Tips for Writing a Good First Draft

GEORGE L THOMAS

Hi everyone, I hope you’re all well and that you’re feeling creatively fulfilled. Today I’m sharing some further tips on writing that all-important first draft.

5 Further Tips for Writing a Good First Draft

1 Give Yourself a Deadline
Deadlines can help you to stay focused, and you can use them to help train yourself to finish what you start. It’s a good idea to set yourself an easy, manageable deadline to begin with. So you may, for instance, say, “I must finish this first draft by the end of the month.” If you force yourself to stick to your targets regularly, you’ll see a boost in your productivity.

2 Start with an Outline
Some writers are outright opposed to working with an outline because they worry it will stifle their creativity. But an outline can be extremely helpful in keeping your thoughts organised and keeping your story from…

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