How do people release 2 chapters a week that are "close to final" or better while working / school / family commitments suck up time?
Just wondering if people upload drafts or wait for final versions.
As for time... well it's a time consuming hobby, you either make time for it or you don't. That part is all on you, if you care enough it's not hard at all to set aside and hour or two a day. Whether you want to do that or not is up to you.
As for posting 2 chapters per week? You make time for it. Having enough time in the day is a writers biggest problem because there are a lot of other things you need to do so you just make the time to do it.
As for chapters, I often release 1 or 2 5000 word chapters a week (I'm currently in uni 9-5)... you make time and lose sleep, there's more time in a day than you think.
10/29/2017 1:06:47 PMLudditelite Wrote: [ -> ]My OCD says wait for everything to be perfect. It will never be perfect. Guess I'll try posting a draft. Thank you for the advice
This has been what put me off of uploading a story until earlier this week. It never felt decent enough.
Getting someone to read the first couple of chapters over and get some real world feedback helped get over the hump.
If a chapter gives a bad feeling, ask someone if they would like to give you a hand and read it over. usually a second opinion can point to where your unease is coming from, letting you fix it, rather than just worry about it because you can't see what's wrong. (We are blind to our own mistakes more often than not).