Daily Archives: June 4, 2018

How To Survive Writing The Story Which Wants To Show You Other Things #AmWriting #Writer

Originally posted on BlondeWriteMore:
I have been working on the draft of a story which is trying to show me other things. This is new territory for me. Up until now I have done the ‘showing’ and my story has followed.…

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Of Love and Moonsweat

Originally posted on Writers Envy:
I remember the night I fell for you, our romance and a lifetime of nightlong dreams. The dreams where you whisper so close to me, seeding memories inside my mind. And when I awake I…

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6 Tips for Making a Workspace Conducive to Writing

Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis:
This is a guest post by Jade Anderson is an experienced In-house Editor at Upskilled. With a background in online marketing, Jade runs some successful websites of her own. Her passion for the education industry…

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A Deadline Will Make You, Break You, Or Shape You

Originally posted on Novelty Revisions:
Deadlines can be stressful. But so can the lack of a due date. When you’re given a deadline, what you do with it depends on your work strategy. If you’re a procrastinator, you’ll think about…

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4 Things That Happen When You Make Writing a Habit

Originally posted on Uninspired Writers:
Good morning day dreamers and story tellers. I hope your week has been full of productivity and happiness! I have had a rather long, stressful and fatigue filled week and yet somehow between it all…

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Writing Your First Book – Where Do You Start?

Originally posted on DSM Publications:
Every time I attend an author event, there is always the attempt to separate authors into the two camps of those who meticulously outline and those that write completely by the seat-of-the-pants, affectionately known as…

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Let Me Have My Privacy*

Originally posted on Confessions of a Mystery Novelist…:
The balance between the right to personal privacy and the public good is a very delicate one. On the one hand, many countries have determined that there is a reasonable expectation of…

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