How do Writers Measure Productivity?
If writers made widgets, there would be a mound of physical products sitting on the counter at the end of the work day. Judging from the previous day’s tally, we could accurately determine if this happened to be a good day or bad one by the increase or decrease in sheer number.
But how do writers make this determination?
Some people might say it is from the number of words on the page. But perhaps we have spent most of the day editing a passage, or researching the history of toilet paper rationing during World War II. Important details like that need to be authentic. Read more “How do Writers Measure Productivity?”