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How White Space Makes You a Better Writer

There is a mysterious, magical element many writers have yet to discover in this world. Those who have wonder why it took so long to find. 36 more words

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How White Space Makes You a Better Writer

There is a mysterious, magical element many writers have yet to discover in this world. Those who have wonder why it took so long to find. 1,129 more words

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Writing Routines

Whether you call it routine, ritual, or method, it’s important for writers to establish work habits that contribute to–rather than hinder–the creative process. Perhaps you like to sit down at your keyboard with a cup of tea, or write while listening to certain types of music. 592 more words

Finding Time to Write

Another question I have been asked on a number of occasions is, “How do you find time to write?”

Working full-time and being the father to two children means life gets hectic. 544 more words

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When Life Takes Priority Over Writing

Sometimes things happen in life that cause you to place many of your regular activities on hold. Illness, death, pain, etc. They consumer your energies and time, leaving little else for the passions that define you. 454 more words

Finding Time To Write

Finally getting the hang of this...

As I progress in my writer journey, I am learning how much of a business it all is. I’m not sure if I’ve said this before, but the business side has not come as easy to me as the writing side has. 510 more words

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A Writer's Worst Enemy

I’ll give you two guesses to see if you know the answer to this question… what is a writer’s worst enemy?

Hmmm…

Well, I suppose it could be all sorts of things like not having enough time to write, a writing muse who decides to take an extended vacation, or here’s a goodie… the computer is broken and every pencil, pen, and blank piece of paper has mysteriously disappeared. 431 more words

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