Apparently writing 250 words per day works out to around 90000 words a year which is an average paperback novel. Writing 250 words takes about 15 minutes so you could be a novel a year author by writing 15 minutes a day. It’s probably an oversimplification or at least assumes you’ve at least got an outline of your novel in your head but it’s an interesting argument.
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