Many writers say that it is important to write every day. But not everyone is in the middle of a writing project; if you’ve written a novel, you may be in the process of revising it, waiting for edits, or even promoting it, so it may be hard to get to work on your next project.
But you can keep a journal. You can write, daily, of your experiences and feelings. You can write character sketches of people you meet and impressions of places you visit. You can write micro-fiction, poetry, and unstructured texts. Your journal can be a repository for your thoughts and ideas, and you can use it to flex your writing muscles.
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