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How to Write Faster: 25 Ways to Be A Prolific Writer (without the burnout)

I’m on a mission. I want to write faster, be a more prolific writer. I want to turn myself into...

12 Essential Books for Writers That Aren’t About Writing

“If you want to be a writer, you must do two things above all others: read a lot and write...

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...

programs for writers

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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Having Trouble Writing? Try Writing Rituals!

You want to write. But… You can’t make the writing time you’ve chosen work. You’re too distracted. You’re not sure...

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Indulgent (and Practical) Treats for Hard Working Writers

Treat Yo Self! If you’re a Parks And Recreation fan, you know what I’m talking about. If you’re not, then...

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38 Mind-Blowing Writing Resources

OK, Writers. Prepare to have your mind blown. 38 resources that will help you write better and live better as...

online writing advice

The 100 Best Writing Advice Articles: The Ultimate Writing Resource

The Internet is a glut of writing advice articles. This is a great thing! It means there are millions of...

books on writing

The 5 Absolute Best Books on Writing That Will Turn Your Writing Life Upside Down (in a good way)

I love reading books on writing and I’ve got an entire bookcase dedicated to how to write books. Reading writing...

apps for writers

5 of the Best Apps for Writers

Looking for a little tech help to find inspiration? A way to keep track of your writing notes? Tighten your prose? Write stories on the go or keep you focused? Check out these apps for writers.

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The Magical Power of the Writer’s Notebook

I can't say conclusively for absolutely every writer, but I think you'd be hard pressed to find a writer who didn't use a writer's notebook of some kind. A writer’s notebook is many things for many different writers. It’s a place for jotting down new ideas. It’s a place for brainstorming and working through ideas in progress. A writing notebook can be used for free writing, or writing exercises, recording inspirations, outlining, making bug sheets, long hand prose... writing notebooks are used for just about anything. Do you need a writer’s notebook?