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Process Writing

I mentioned process writing recently in another post but I want to look at it more in depth today.  Why?  I'll tell you why.  Because I've realized that nearly all of my product writing has its origins in process writing.  As in, blog posts, articles, and notes for scenes flowing from my pen.  As in, […]

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On Not Knowing What to Write

I wanted to write a blog post this morning, but my mind was empty of ideas. This is an unusual situation for me.  Usually my brain is brimming with thoughts to share on writing.  Not today. Was it because I just returned home from Nashville last week?  Because I'd finished the greater part of a […]

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Techniques for Writing Flow

The Big, Scary Beast and the Ancient, Frail Feline are both asleep (in separate rooms, I might add) and so I have a moment to ponder techniques to keep access to the muse alive and well.  This is on my mind because at the recent Loft orientation, my fellow mentor and old friend Betsy Woods […]

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