July 24, 2016

The 8 Minute Writing Habit by Monica Leonell - Review

Published: September 8, 2015
Number of pages: 78
Genre: Reference

Ready to establish a consistent writing habit, once and for all?

Monica Leonelle digs into the best literature on forming habits and shares the top strategies professional authors are using to make sure they write each and every day. Each tip is easy to implement and will get you writing more in the "in-betweens"—the inactive moments of your life where you are commuting, waiting in line, or otherwise physically stuck with your brain unoccupied!

If you've struggled to find time to write due to a day job, family, or an active, busy lifestyle, this book will help you clear your blocks around writing for good and get you writing more often, just a few words at a time.

For writers who still haven't found their rhythm and don't have time for long experiments, tracking spreadsheets, or full pomodoros—establish a writing habit that actually fits into your life!

BONUS: This book includes the full 8x8 Challenge: 8 days to implement the very best shortcuts to writing more, 8 minutes at a time! Get access to the live version and do the challenge with Monica herself.

What did I think of this book
It is always hard for me to write a review when I did not care for a book I read. I feel that I still need to give my honest opinion. The idea of writing for eight minutes a day is a good idea and a great way to get into the habit of writing. But this book to me almost a bunch of repetation. At the end of each of the eight days of writing challange the last paragraph is exactly the same. I am glad that I did not have to pay for this book and that it was free book. I truly hoped this book has helped others as I really wanted to get some ideas from it but unfortunately did not. 

About the author:
Monica Leonelle started reading young adult books when she was seven and never managed to grow out of them. Now, she writes them from a lovely Chicago apartment she shares with an adorable little Westie named Mia and the formidable Han Solo, a scruffy looking nerf herder (who is not stuck up or half-witted in the slightest).

There are plenty of other things Monica hasn't grown out of, like ABCFamily, Forever 21, and dressing up on Halloween. She loves to hear from readers, so email her at monicaleonelle@gmail.com to talk about her books, or to just say hi.

Her books include the Waters Dark and Deep series and the Socialpunk Trilogy. In 2013, she also plans to release the Stars and Shadows series and the American Families series.

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