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NaNoWriMo: What If My Ideas Ran Out and I Can’t Finish?

Words in the Dark: Post 4 On November 18th, I was asked by a NaNo writing buddy what to do in this situation: So, I’ve had writer’s block and I don’t think my thoughts on my new story are developed … Continue reading

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June 2017 Roundup: Writing

Over the next few days, I am hosting a special visitor from Australia. Later in the week, I have a number of time-sensitive work projects to attend to. While I’m “away,” I have collected and scheduled articles from several categories … Continue reading

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Writing. Part 1: Overcoming Writer’s Block.

Leslie Hodgins tells us about her experience with writer’s block — right at the beginning of NaNoWriMo! Writing: Overcoming Writer’s Block

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Writer’s Block: 10 Tips and Tricks

Words in the Dark: Post 9 Many writers admit to experiencing writer’s block at some point in their careers. After writing a number of successive novels, it is possible the writer’s ideas momentarily dry up, or the writer is simply … Continue reading

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14 Tips to Inspire Your Writing

Writers, where do you get your inspiration? Do you ever suffer from writer’s block? For a writer at heart, especially a fiction writer, everything—absolutely everything—is fodder, or raw material that can be shaped into a story. This can apply to … Continue reading

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