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How to create a consistent writing habit
A three part series giving writers tools to build an editorial strategy and a steady publishing drumbeat
A blank page and an endless horizon of posts to manage alone can be intimidating. What should you publish and when? How will you stick to your ideal publishing schedule?
For independent writers, having an underpinning editorial calendar and strategy can help you publish consistently, with a steady uptick of subscribers. And it means over time that you have fewer decisions to make and can focus on writing.
But unless you are a journalist or have worked for a media organization, it’s hard to know where to start with calendaring tools, goal-setting, and creating your own tone-of-voice document.
In a new three-part series, we’ve created resources to furnish writers with the know-how to create your own editorial strategy to fortify your output and build consistency. Writers includingof , of , of , and more weigh in on areas like designing formats, whether style matters, and how to overcome the blank page.
In this series we’ll cover:
We’re writers teaching writers at Substack, and encourage everyone to share their own tips and insights in the comments on each post and over in Notes.