Writing Tips from the Masters: Ernest Hemingway

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Make Writing A Habit
Start writing early in the morning to develop a habit of writing. Hemingway used to write from daybreak until midday. After writing, he continues with his life and spends time with his wife, family, and friends.

Keep Track Of Your Progress
Knowing how many words you have written and what chapter you are currently working on will make your writing a little bit easier. Ernest Hemingway keeps track of the number of words he had written daily on a board.

Don’t Over Work
Never overdo your writing tasks. You must take control of your life and never let writing a book change the way you live your life. Hemingway made writing as part of his life but he never let it control the way he live his life.

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