Play Around: Lose the Pressure and Have Fun as a Writer

Play Around: Lose the Pressure and Have Fun as a Writer

Remember sitting down with a notebook as a kid and just making up stories? What happened to that? You can capture that fun once again, and rediscover the fire inside you that made you a writer in the first place.

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How to Start Your Daily Writing Habit Today

How to Start Your Daily Writing Habit Today

Building a daily writing habit is really useful for a lot of writers, but it doesn't have to be complicated. Make it easy on yourself with this guide.

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How to Force the Muse and Eliminate Writer's Block

How to Force the Muse and Eliminate Writer's Block

Everyone talks about the Muse, but how do you make sure it shows up when you need to write? Good habits can eliminate writer's block and put you on a productive path. Here's how you do it.

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Why Your First Idea Is Never Your Best: Developing Amazing Writing Ideas

Why Your First Idea Is Never Your Best: Developing Amazing Writing Ideas

Sticking with your first writing idea can cause problems later. Find out effective ways to generate and develop better ideas to transform your writing.

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Spark Inspiration Anytime with a Pocket Notebook

Spark Inspiration Anytime with a Pocket Notebook

Inspiration is everywhere – if you can capture it. Carrying a notebook can be a powerful way to keep inspiration handy. Here's why.

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Increase Your Productivity: How to Make Big Goals Manageable

Increase Your Productivity: How to Make Big Goals Manageable

You can't knock out your novel in one pass. If you want to get things done, you have to narrow your focus. Here's how to take it one step at a time.

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Use Freewriting to Build More Creativity Anytime

Use Freewriting to Build More Creativity Anytime

Can creativity be as simple as picking up a pen? Absolutely. The act of freewriting unlocks superpowers that you didn't know you had. Here's how.

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Combine Goals with Systems for Maximum Productivity

Combine Goals with Systems for Maximum Productivity

The secret to productivity isn't your goals – it's your systems. Here's how to figure out what systems to develop, and how to set goals that take care of themselves.

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5 Signs You're Writing in the Wrong Genre

5 Signs You're Writing in the Wrong Genre

You don't always choose the right writing genre the first time. That's okay! In this article, we'll explain how to tell if you're in the wrong genre, and what to do about it.

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5 Tips for Setting Writing Targets and Recovering from Unmet Goals

5 Tips for Setting Writing Targets and Recovering from Unmet Goals

Create attainable, sustainable writing goals and plan for recovery when you can't hit the target.

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7 Ways to Find New Blog Ideas

7 Ways to Find New Blog Ideas

How can you come up with new blog ideas anytime? Follow these 7 simple steps, and new blog ideas will never be out of reach.

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Behind the Words: Truths about Writing from Successful Writers

Behind the Words: Truths about Writing from Successful Writers

There are a lot of great truths about writing you can find online – but here's the tough love you need from writers that have "made it".

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Why Traditional Novel-Writing Methods Aren't Working for You: An Interview with Intuitive Writing Coach Lauren Sapala

Why Traditional Novel-Writing Methods Aren't Working for You: An Interview with Intuitive Writing Coach Lauren Sapala

In this interview, Intuitive Writing Coach Lauren Sapala shares her tips for allowing your story to flow and bringing back the joy in writing.

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A Look at Writers Being Unproductive

A Look at Writers Being Unproductive

It's so easy to fall into the trap of being an unproductive writer. Why is that? What drives the writer to such a unique struggle? Take a deep dive into the sources of writer procrastination and how you can overcome it.

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What Writing Advice Do I Really Need?

What Writing Advice Do I Really Need?

There’s a veritable ocean of writing books, articles, podcasts, and courses out there, yet too often that flood of insight and opinion only leaves you paralyzed in analysis when you should be sitting down to write your story. The problem is that every writer is different, and what lights a spark in one writer only serves to cloud the thoughts of another. So finding the best writing advice starts with asking yourself the question, “what is it I most need to hear?"

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