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Writers’ Block – Flow or C..p

As writers, we demand a lot of ourselves, and we hold expectations about how our writing has to happen. One of those is that we have to be in flow in order to produce beautiful sentences and paragraphs. That’s what … Continue reading

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Writers’ Block – Waiting for Inspiration

I’ve seen many, many writers who believe they need to be inspired in order to actually sit down and write. Or that they need inspiration to write a great piece of art. Here’s the tale of someone who things along … Continue reading

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Saturday Writing Prompt

Three simple things… but what if they could tell a story? If you want to share the story that came out of this prompt, head on over to my Facebook Group. You’ll find even more inspiration, and lots of support … Continue reading

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Saturday Writing Prompt

Have fun with this image – how could these things work together in a story? If you want to share the story that came out of this prompt, head on over to my Facebook Group. You’ll find more inspiration and … Continue reading

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The Success Experiment – Successful Outcast

Family system dynamics play a very important role for our success, as well. That’s because each individual family system has rules of its own. Rules that define who may be a member of the family, and who may not. How … Continue reading

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Saturday Writing Prompt

Here’s a simple image to get your mind working. If you want to share the story that came out of this prompt, head on over to my Facebook Group: The Write Mindset  

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The Success Experiment – The Expert Trap

I believe that all writers eventually hear this bit of advice: Write what you know. Unfortunately, it makes many of us believe that we have to become experts on something even before writing a story. Science fiction authors should be … Continue reading

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NaNoWriMo-Wrap-up

Validation for NaNoWriMo has started. One of my friends has already finished, at a little above 50,000 words. And with a little luck, you’re finishing your novel in a few days. At least, that’s my wish for you. So if … Continue reading

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NaNoWriMo – No Plot?

One of the old rules of NaNoWriMo is that one shouldn’t sit down and plot before writing. Of course, many people do anyway, and in reality, nobody cares. It’s a month to write lots, basically. You probably know that whether … Continue reading

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NaNoWriMo anyone?

If you have writing friends, you may have heard a fairly mysterious word in recent weeks. You may have heard about preparing for it, dreaming about it and fretting about it. NaNo. No, it’s not about the unit of measurement … Continue reading

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