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Tips For How to End a Chapter

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Tips For How to End a Chapter

At some point in writing your manuscript you’ll be faced with the decision of where you want your chapter breaks to go. How you end your chapter is especially important in a novel. By beginning and ending them in the perfect moments of your story, your chapter breaks can build suspense and keep your readers […]

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7 Tips To Stay Creative

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7 Tips To Stay Creative

Every-day life routines can start feeling mundane after a while. And if you’re like many of us, quarantining at home due to the current global pandemic COVID-19, life at home will definitely start feeling tedious pretty soon (if it’s not already). It’s important to shake things up a bit to stay sharp and full of […]

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Writing Your Book During COVID-19 Self-Isolation

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Writing Your Book During COVID-19 Self-Isolation

To say we’re living in a weird time is an understatement. Coronavirus (COVID-19) has a majority of our lives on pause, leaving us with a lot of extra time we didn’t have before. To all my writers, if you’ve ever dreamed of writing a book now is the perfect time to get started—and finish! 10 […]

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10 Things Highly Productive People Do on Sunday

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10 Things Highly Productive People Do on Sunday

The busier our lives get, the more we seek out ways to increase productivity and organization. I know the Sunday Scaries can be overwhelming and make us want to hide from our responsibilities that come with Monday mornings, but using Sundays in a way that helps you feel well-rested and prepared for the coming week […]

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10 Ways to Rediscover Your Creative Flow

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10 Ways to Rediscover Your Creative Flow

We’ve all experienced bouts of writer’s block or dips in our creative flow. Sometimes, I think that’s the brain’s way of telling us we’re overproducing and need to pull back the reigns a bit. For the most part, though, I believe writer’s block and a stagnant creative flow are because we start taking our creativity […]

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