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All Good Things...

All good things must come to an end, or at least that is what they say.

My writing chain came to an end on 5/13/2015. I started on 11/1/2014 so after 194 days of writing at least 250 words each day, I have to start over. 347 more words

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EYNK-How to Evaluate Criticism

This is based on a Stephen King article I talked about in “Everything You Need to Know.”

King states to be a successful writer, you should know how to evaluate criticism. 584 more words

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To Do List: Clear Internet Search History

Writing in the Age of the Internet is both awesome and scary.

Years and years ago, I imagine authors or authors’ assistants traipsing off to the library for hours upon hours to research information for stories and books. 464 more words

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EYNK-"Am I having fun?"

This is based on a Stephen King article I talked about in “Everything You Need to Know.”

King states that to be a successful writer, you should “ask yourself frequently, “Am I having fun?” He says the answer doesn’t always have to be yes, “but if it’s always no” then it’s time to move on to something else. 440 more words

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Stop Fighting for Your Limitations

My friend and guest author Athena WiseNRich talked us about rigid thinking a few days ago. I’ve re-read her post a couple times thought about what she had to say. 848 more words

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How To Survive A Relationship With A Writer

I discovered this list of top ten tips on how to survive a relationship with a writer over at www.writerswrite.co.za

Numbers 4, 5, and 10 are definitely sage advice. 250 more words

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EYNK Never look at a reference book while doing a first draft

This is based on a Stephen King article I talked about in “Everything You Need to Know.

King states that to be a successful writer, you should “never look at a reference book while doing a first draft.” He basically says to put away any and all reference materials and just write. 437 more words

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