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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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EFT for Authors – Help, I’m stuck!

It’s basically inevitable: The day will roll around where you as author will get stuck in your writing. Maybe your main character doesn’t want to follow your plot line. Maybe the villain decides to become a good person. Maybe your … Continue reading

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EFT for Authors – Permission to Write

Time and again, I run into people who dream of being an author. Who dream of writing books, telling stories or teaching in a non-fiction book. And yet, they don’t. When we dig deeper, there is one common theme (there … Continue reading

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EFT for Authors – Introduction

Some of you already know that I don’t just do EFT, I also write books. Book full of adventure, with dragons, unicorns or even whales. I love creating worlds. I do so under a pen name, however. Now, writing is … Continue reading

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Procrastination – Introduction

I think you all know this feeling. This feeling of… nah, I’ll do it later. No, not now… later. I’m not in the mood, I’m not inspired, I’m not… whatever. And then we procrastinate. Nah, I’ll do it tomorrow, there’s … Continue reading

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Conquer NaNoWriMo – Can I even do this?

Today is day 2 of NaNoWriMo. Maybe you struggled getting the necessary word count yesterday (1,667 words, btw.). Maybe, like me, you didn’t even make it that far. Maybe you already doubt you can do it again because it was … Continue reading

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The Publishing Author’s Mindset – The Query Letter

For generations of authors, the query letter has been the biggest source of stress, frustration and desperation. It’s the largest emotional obstacle to getting traditionally published. Why? Because so much is riding on it. If you get it right and … Continue reading

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Writers’ Block – Conclusion

I hope I could show you that there are many, many “good” reasons for you to feel blocked when you want to write. And even though all those reasons are “in the mind”, they don’t mean you’re lazy or mad. … Continue reading

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Writers’ Block – Entanglement

Entanglements are some of the strangest effects within family system dynamics. They happen when a family member’s fate is not recognized and honored by the other family members. That fate is often tragic or traumatic – because only strong emotions … Continue reading

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Writers’ Block – Fame is Dangerous

Just the other day, I did some work on an ancestral line of my own, helped by a tapping friend. And while this might not strictly be a family system issue, it is quite possible that family rules are anchored … Continue reading

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