Writing Multiple Projects at 10 Minute Novelists

Writing Multiple Projects at 10 Minute Novelists

Writing Multiple Projects: Pros and Cons

Like every month, I’d like to invite you to my article on 10 Minute Novelists. This time, inspired by my own process, I’m discussing the pros and cons of writing multiple projects.

This process is not for everyone, but each writer will weigh the advantages and disadvantages differently, so I decided to have a closer look at it. If you’re considering working on multiple projects as well, I hope my text will help you decide.

Writing Multiple Projects

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10 thoughts on “Writing Multiple Projects at 10 Minute Novelists

  1. Every now and then I switch projects, but I don’t trust myself to. I write so infrequently that if I made it a have t I’d never get any writing done at all.

      1. That is true… didn’t think of it like that. And the books aren’t set in the same countries with the same characters either, so that’s an extra headache I didn’t count one when I first set out to write a 1000 word short story πŸ˜€

          1. I’m now afraid of short stories, they mock me with the promise of their shortness and then. BAM. I’m writing a series that needs a prequal.

    1. I checked and it seems that it ended up in the trash (even though you have other posts approved!). I’ll notify Katharine about it, because your comment is not the only one that ended like that.
      Thank you for commenting, by the way!

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