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EFT for Authors – When characters misbehave

Sooner or later, this is going to happen to every author, unless you meticulously plan your novel and map it all out. (How much fun is that?) But if you’re even a bit like me and partly write for the … Continue reading

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How Judgement Hurts Your Writing

This is the last of the three thought patterns that I called the three most damaging ones for writers. And it’s one you really, really need to let go. Judgement servers only one single purpose: To elevate yourself in your … Continue reading

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How Jealousy Kills Creativity

Of course, we all know that feeling of wanting what someone else has. We want to have just as much success, sell as many copies, get such a huge advance or become a bestselling author like someone we see doing … Continue reading

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The Three Worst Damaging Thought Patterns

We’re all human. And as humans, we create and learn certain behaviours, habits and ways of thinking while we are young, and we keep doing these things as adults. However, some of those ways of thinking are prone to make … Continue reading

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Argh! That Review!

It happens to every author. That review where you feel massively misunderstood. That review which makes you feel unappreciated and wrongly judged. That one that makes you want to kill someone. It doesn’t even have to be a 1-star one. … Continue reading

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