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Stick to a writing schedule.

If you want to be a serious writer — and a successful children’s book author — you can’t leave your writing to chance. Include writing in your schedule and then do it! Unfortunately, in many ways this is the hard part. Why? Because it requires discipline and focus.

Calendars and planners are absolutely essential tools for keeping organized and on track during the course of the day. So buy a calendar or daily planner, or use your smartphone’s or electronic tablet’s built-in calendar — and use it regularly.

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