Therefore, the quicker you write a draft the better.
Each time you write a draft all the way through to the end you have a better sense of what the story is truly all about.
Do NOT make every word perfect in the first draft, especially not the beginning one quarter of the project. Until you have written a couple, or more, drafts all the way to the end, you have no idea of what is needed in the beginning.
I've said it before and I think it's worth repeating again - the end defines the beginning. Therefore write all the way to the end .
Get your ego out of the way. The more you are able to tolerate imperfection, the more quickly you can finish a draft and every draft makes the story better. The perfection comes along with the process of writing draft after draft.
If it takes you years to write a draft, think how long it's going to take to get your manuscript ready to submit. If it takes you months to write a draft, it's going to happen more quickly.
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