Author Inspirations

10 Ideas For Christmas Traditions

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10 Ideas For Christmas Traditions

The holiday season is the perfect time of year to focus on creating family traditions.  Christmas traditions are memory-makers and give your family and friends stories to share for years to come. Those shared memories help tell the story of your family. They can be passed down through generations to come—and hopefully become part of […]

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2020 Gift Guide for Writers

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2020 Gift Guide for Writers

If you’re stressed out by the thought of holiday shopping for a writer friend or family member (or need gift ideas for yourself) you’ve come to the right place–the 2020 Gift Guide for Writers is here! Here are 10 perfect gifts for the writers in your life. 1. Freewrite typewriter This typewriter isn’t like the old-school […]

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Post-Writing Blues

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Post-Writing Blues

Disclosure If you or any other person have concerns about depression you should consult with your health care provider immediately. The opinions and views expressed on this blog and website have no relation to those of any academic, hospital, health practice, or other governing institution.   What Is Post-Writing Blues? You did it! You finished writing […]

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Winter Writing: 10 Tips For Staying Warm

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Winter Writing: 10 Tips For Staying Warm

There is something about the winter that makes me want to write even more. Maybe it’s because it’s an indoor activity that keeps me out of the cold weather or because it’s a great excuse to make my workspace extra cozy for writing time—whatever the reason the winter season is a great time to focus […]

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Writing Through the Winter Blues

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Writing Through the Winter Blues

You don’t have to live in Alaska to feel the effect of the winter blues. If you live in the south, the lack of daylight after work can be enough to throw off your mood. Where most could hunker down and cozy up inside until spring, if you’re a writer you may need to push […]

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