Here’s a great blog post (I recommend subscribing to this blog, by the way) about the nature and value of writing practice. It doesn’t mean the same thing as morning pages, though those are valuable, too, for different reasons.
Need a pep talk? There’s one as close as your computer. Click on the link for a collection of auditory inspiration for writers, gathered by Kristy Holl for your delight and edification!
Here’s some great advice about overcoming fear and rediscovering the joy of writing.
Here are some interesting advice from a fellow blogger. Always keep your audience in mind.
Authors (and other artists) often have rituals that move them into that creative “sweet spot” for each work session. Do you have one? Are you aware of it? Would having one help?
Click on the link below to read a post about the routines of some famous writers.
Here’s an author who has built a career on his very unique background and his amazing special interest. (I discovered him on Twitter this morning.) What is your unique set of interests? How can you share it in your books?
If your story does not touch the emotions of your reader in some way, it will not last. In order for this to happen, it has to be important, emotionally, to you. Here’s a great post about how to make that happen.
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I have written poetry since I was a child, but I know that many authors have never explored the medium. It offers important lessons for any writer. Besides, it’s fun.
Don’t lose another great idea. Keep a writer’s notebook.
If perfectionism is holding you back as a writer, read Laini Taylor’s blog post about the subject.
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