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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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Refilling the Well?

You may know that I was traveling last week and the first half of this week. And a funny thing happened: I had been writing a lot before my journey. And I didn’t want to break my run in getting … Continue reading

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