Dec 17, 2017 • 12M

TDL051 Sunday Letters 17th Dec

 
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Coming up: Sunday Letters • Sunday Letters 17th Dec Pt 1 • Sunday Letters 17th Dec Pt 2 https://larrygmaguire.com/twelve-months-writing/ This year I started to explore my writing a lot more and in twelve months writing in 2017 I’ve written more words than in any other previous year since I began. Although that wouldn’t be too hard, and by some standards it’s not that impressive. However, including this one I’ve written over 120 articles or short stories this year alone. That doesn’t account for drafts, unique articles or re-published articles on Medium or elsewhere. I like 1000 words as a minimum and although the odd article might be less than that, say those accompanying a podcast for example, the majority are roundabout 1500 – 2000 words or more. That’s about 180,000 words – a couple of books right there. Something I’m pretty happy about. In April I started writing every day and I kept that up for about 80 or 90 days, after --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sunday-letters/message