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Jill Safran Jul 9
Writer Dan Brown of THE DA VINCI CODE cures his writer’s block by hanging upside down. He claims inversion therapy helps him relax and concentrate better on his writing. What works for you?
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Jon Winokur Jul 11
My advice is not to wait to be struck by an idea. If you’re a writer, you sit down and damn well decide to have an idea. That’s the way to get an idea. ANDY ROONEY
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Iren Adams 7h
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Steven Vincent Jul 15
Okay , what should my next article be about? I'm taking requests!
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Alexis N. Sage Jul 15
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Books By Jolene Jul 15
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Marie Forleo 10h
: Even if you think it's all been said before, it hasn't been said by YOU ✏️💜🙌🏼
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Rosalind Wulf Jul 8
If you find yourself getting dehydrated while writing for a long time, play this drinking game: For each paragraph edited/written, drink some water This tip is entirely courtesy of my Emotional Support Harpy, who thinks up these kind of things for me on the regular.
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Carlos Viola 7h
“We must do our work for its own sake, not for fortune or attention or applause.”
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J L Pippen Jul 14
As writers/Authors/creatives, what is the most annoying assumption or question anyone has ever asked about your work or life?
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Carolina VonKampen 12h
On characters: “You need to find out as much as possible about the interior life of the people you are working with.” —Anne Lamott in Bird by Bird
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E. A. Carr Jul 12
Things happen so SUDDENLY in this draft, it all feels so random and abrupt. if you ever need to feel good about your current writing skills, go back and read some stuff from middle school. Look how far you’ve come!
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Gabrielle Wang 4h
Writing Tip 30 - The sweetest sentence an author can write on their novel is made up of only 2 words. They are always accompanied by a long satisfying sigh and maybe an insane grin.
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HTHTW Jul 13
Remembering is not creating. Creating is the same as appreciating something new. You run through the tools you have and attempt to know where you are to know what putting something new into the mix means. Mantra: "When what tool."
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C. C. Hogan, Author 11h
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Jess Kitching Jul 7
Had another book idea over the weekend, planned it out etc but I am still in the editing stage of another book - would you start writing whilst your inspiration is on fire or finish editing the other and then start writing your new one?
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Rick Lite Jul 15
Don't edit your work until you get it down on paper first.
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Great ReadsToday 2h
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F(r)iction 12h
Take a look! has an excellent piece by the phenomenal on why it's important to challenge yourself as a writer. ✍️
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Sue Bradford Edwards 14h
How will you cope after the Last War? Just finished reading . . . The Last: A Novel Definitely recommend this for writers who want to study voice, a less than honest narrator, and pacing.
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