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Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Set your goals in writing historical fiction

I like to make lists to keep track of things I hope to accomplish in a day, week, month, and year. That’s why I was tickled to find a free task tracker called LazyMeter, which helps track my progress on a writing project. It is essentially a checklist that uses metrics to show you visually how much you have accomplished compared to what you set out to do.

There is a good article on the LazyMeter blog that explains how the tool can help you track your productivity, and why6 you just might prefer it to the old-fashioned pen and paper method.

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