Writing Tips

Using a Planner For Your Writing Schedule

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Using a Planner For Your Writing Schedule

Do you ever notice that you push off tasks simply because you didn’t add them to your to-do list? A lot of us put writing out of sight, which means it’s out of mind. Then, after a month goes by and we haven’t grown the word count on our writing project, we make up all […]

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Tips For Writing a Book (and finishing it).

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Tips For Writing a Book (and finishing it).

As you may have experienced by now, once you start writing a book (or go back to finish one) you will come across self-doubt, indecision, and many more obstacles. Realizing this ahead of time and planning for those hurdles will help warrant you won’t quit on your writing project when they surface. We’ve compiled a […]

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Get Moving: 5 Great Workouts for Writers

Filed in Author Inspirations, Writing Tips by on July 14, 2020 0 Comments
Get Moving: 5 Great Workouts for Writers

As a writer, there’s no way to avoid spending large amounts of time sitting at the computer. All that sitting, however, can lead to bad posture, tight muscles, body soreness, and a whole host of other issues. Exercise of any kind is great to combat all the desk sitting, but we’ve pulled together 5 great […]

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Open Versus Closed Writing Critique Groups

Filed in Author Inspirations, Writing Tips by on June 30, 2020 0 Comments
Open Versus Closed Writing Critique Groups

Open Critique Groups Open writing critique groups are open to everyone who wishes to join with no restrictions in regards to age, writing genre, writing experience, group participation, meeting attendance, group size, or anything else in that matter. There are also typically little to no rules beyond common courtesy. PROS Flexibility: Attendance to meetings–whether virtual […]

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How to Create a Visual Experience in Your Writing

Filed in Writing Tips by on June 11, 2020 0 Comments
How to Create a Visual Experience in Your Writing

When writing, it’s so easy to get bogged down with dialogue, plot lines, verb tense, and comma placement. We can get so caught up with that we can forget to push our creative boundaries. Becoming fixated on punctuation can cause our descriptions to go flat. Other times, we may avoid using symbolism in writing because […]

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