If anyone recognizes the title of this post, they know I'm quoting Ke$ha's song "Tik Tok". Why? Because I love that song and this week's YA Highway's Road Tip Wednesday is all about time.
First off, me? An early worm? AAAHAHAHAAAHAHAHAHAAA!!!!!
...So that'd be a nooo:)
I'm a night owl, through and through. I tend to do all my writing in the evening to late at night--sometimes straight to early morning--but I also try to write every second I can.
Time is a crucial element to writing. It takes time to plot. Time to edit. Time to pull your hair out or cry a little. But most importantly, a writer needs time to write, and as we know that's not always easy to come by. Some of the best advice published authors give is to take writing like it's a job. Sit down and write at a certain time everyday. Some days it's harder to write than others, some days you want to take those pages and rip them apart, spit on them, or set them on fire, but always remember: practice makes perfect--or at least better.