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How To Get Your Writing Done

So, you have a book…or an article…or a story that you’d like to write. (Right? Because otherwise you wouldn’t be reading this.)  And you need to get that book finished, that story done.  How to accomplish such a thing?  How to make room in your schedule to get it written? To my mind, there are […]

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Otherwhere: Good Stuff

I’ve been collecting goodies for you, a lot of which came in the last couple of days.  Also, please note my non-link related question at the end. Here goes: Writing Analyze your novel as if it were a dream. I could not live without the TK. On beating not-writing. How to organize your day. It […]

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What Your Inner Critic Wants You to Know

I wrote a guest post for Jessica Baverstock at Creativity's Workshop  on the writer's Inner GPS, our internal guidance system that is never wrong and can help us greatly with our writing.  (You can go read it now, I'll wait.) And because of that, I started thinking a lot about the Inner Critic, which is […]

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What Holds You Up?

What Holds You Up? I got the best horoscope ever this morning.  Here it is: Become independent from the things that are holding you back, without abandoning the reliable things that  hold you up. This seems more like advice for living than a horoscope, and it starting me thinking.  First, what are the things that […]

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