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Getting Into Flow Faster with a Writing Ritual

As any writer will tell you, the most effective way to get into flow is to just sit down and take action. Write yourself into that flow, even if you have to trudge through a rough start. The more you write, the easier it becomes to slip into that state because writing is a muscle like any other ─ ... READ the POST

Free Phone Wallpapers for Writers

With NaNoWriMo around the corner, I've been in full prep mode (#preptober) so I can hit the ground running on November 1st. I've learned the value of positive self-talk and messaging; we have a constant barrage of the negative coming from ourselves and the outside world, so simple reminders go a ... READ the POST

How to Create a Story Mood Board to Entice Readers

Creating a mood board is one of my favorite parts of developing a story. It helps me connect with it on a deeper level by bringing it to life through visuals for an extra sensory experience. When you're writing, your tools to bring the story to life on the page are your verbiage and what you ... READ the POST

How to Choose a Story Idea You Can Commit To

Once you've made the decision to write a book, the next step (if it's not what inspired you to write one in the first place) is to decide what story you want to tell. In some cases, there will be no question as to what you want to write; you'll be consumed by one idea that you have an overwhelming ... READ the POST

NaNoWriMo Prep Checklist to Help You Slay That 50k

NaNoWriMo stands for National Novel Writing Month. The challenge is to write 50,000 words for a novel between November 1 and November 30. Millions of writers all over the world participate, some with the mission to get a head start on their next project, some for the incentive to begin writing ... READ the POST


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