A Writer’s Reflections: Focus On Lessons Learned Not Tasks Complete

A Writer’s Reflections: Focus On Lessons Learned Not Tasks Complete

The end and start of a year is a natural time to start taking stock, to look back to the...

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10 Super Cool Gift Ideas For Writers

We writers are a special bunch, so why not show the writer in your life (and that includes yourself) how...

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How to Write Pop Culture References in Fiction (and How Not to…)

Is it OK to reference pop culture in your fiction writing? Can you let your characters talk about music or...

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Top 5 Programs for Writers

When it comes to writing software, the standard word processors like Microsoft Word or Google Docs are just the beginning....

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From Idea to Action: 5 Ways to Turn Inspiration into Results

Inspiration can happen in just a single moment. It can feel like you have been hit in the head by...

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Top 10 Health and Wellness Tips for Nanowrimo Writers

Just signed up for Nanowrimo? You must be getting excited right about now. The month ahead is going to be...

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10 Things to Expect During Nanowrimo (The Good, The Bad and The Crazy)

It’s almost the end of October. Can you feel it? Can you hear it? It’s been happening for a month...

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Writing With Split Viewpoints: Lessons from Margaret Atwood (and others)

Writing with multiple character viewpoints. Should we?  Shouldn’t we? Why? Why Not? If we decide to create a cast of...

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Is It Time to Quit Writing?

Write, write, write. Don’t stop! Ever. Keep writing. Keep that butt in the chair, keep those words coming, that story...

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