To be a successful writer, how many words must you write every day?

Learn more about TimMany successful novelists, when asked how they did it, will talk about how driven they were to write at least 1,000 words a day. 1,500 words. 3,000 words. Every day, without fail.

That’s certainly one way to do it, but what about that little thing called “life” that for the rest of us, always seems to be getting in the way?

Here’s an easy way to get around that: the 20-Year Novel Club at ChapterBuzz.

Life won’t have a chance to get in the way—because all you have to do is sit down in the morning and write 10 words. Some days you’ll write more, of course, but as long as you’re there every day, ready to write, you’ve already succeeded.

They say 80% of success is just showing up, and that’s the whole idea behind the Club.

Little by little, day by day, you’ll find that your word counts are adding up. Pretty soon, you have a whole chapter written! And your readers like it! Now, start in on Chapter 2.

Make steady progress, meet other writers, and read what others are writing while you work on your novel. The Club is also great motivation to start sharing your own work, even if that scares you a little.

This doesn’t happen everywhere, but it’s happening now in the 20-Year Novel Club. Join us today!