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Figure out when you're the most productive.

Guess what? Before you can revel in all those copies flying off the bookstore shelves and into online shopping carts — you have to write a book! For some fortunate writers, this is the easy part; for others, it’s like waiting at the dentist’s office for a root canal.

Zero in on when you’re most productive and then do the majority of your writing during that period of time. Every successful writer has a sweet spot: the time when he or she gets the most done.

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