I’m going to walk 600 words and counting!


I’m going to walk 600 words and counting!

‘”Are you mad!” Cried three Borthwright children; as they looked at me to say I’ve told them that their story was coming to an end, “who you calling mad? Surely not me.” Smirked Tom as he came into the conference room taking a seat next to me. “No!” Exclaimed Stacie. “Lizzy’s going to walk 600 words!” Said James tripping over his words on which I’ve never noticed that one before, note to self in my journal. “How can she walk 600 words when she’s already done more than that writing the Tales of you three” the two pondered for a moment; then some odd non Verbal talk came from Duncan on which he hasn’t done in a very long time. I knew what he meant. “Duncan is right. So’s Tom I have done more 600 words writing the Tales of you three” I told them. They were even more stunned that I just translated Duncan’s talk. – Author of Lizzy Arrow – the Tales of Duncan, Stacie and James Borthwright. @copyrightlizzyarrow @allrightsreserevedlizzyarrow

Not bad for nearly 200 hundred summery there of what this blog is about; weren’t to sure how I was going to write this blog for today but it helped having some input in from my characters, on which I need to work on at some point just to finish it all off. 600 words isn’t too bad on a good day; on a bad day then your stuck because you know you wanted to write, but you can’t because the barrier of the 600 words and counting seems to be difficult. 
I didn’t have much of a problem when I was younger I would just write and write; even with the practice of doing word counts tests, however it didn’t matter to much in the end but when writing for a company and they want certain amount of words. It takes more brain power than you can imagine; I can tell you know I’m like half way there at this point of this blog I’m on the half mark of 369, exact point of number is where I have got up too. 

I recommend it to you guys to give it ago of doing 600 words because you never know who might come into contact with you on the grand scheme of things; I would also ask the client questions of what you need to know such like do I need to get it approved by the company? How many words do I need to pass? What sort of categories are there? Is the company real or a fraud? Every little detail before you make any assumptions of agreeing and taking part in a group investor. 

The group I’m with I thought I’ll give it ago to see what it’s like; it did take me a while to understand what I was meant to be doing, but had help with one of the people who goes over it. I always email them to give them a heads up that I’m just about to post a blog post; they have a snap it up, give it a quick read and let me know if I needed to do any changes or if I put it in the wrong category they let me know. It is very handy to have someone on the inside to be able to help; to guide you, and most importantly help you to change your ways of bad habits. 

This goes to can happen with short stories, blog stories and blog posts that you are extremely passionate about. Give it all ago write 600 words on something that you like about; edit it, read it again, if it needs to be edit again, but guess what edit it again if you think it does and if it doesn’t that cool. If you can see if you could do some competitions if you feel ready to or set up your own blogs good for you; go for it, I believe that you can do it. Without my blog website I wouldn’t be able to still continuing to write or be encourage to put my work forwards to a Blog Media where I get paid for it; I always thought my work was rubbish until I gave things a try, then one day boom people love my work. Just take a leap of faith and achieve your goals; I would more than happy just to sit at home, write away and not let anyone read my work other than my sister mainly my stories. She’s my big inspiration for me to carry on; don’t be afraid to take a risk, if it happens it happens and if it doesn’t it doesn’t. You gave it your best shot. Good luck peeps. X

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