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Juggling Projects

Sometimes we writers find we have many projects in the works. I have three novels in the revision stage. I’m developing a fourth one. I also write this blog on a weekly basis and I maintain a daily journal. On

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Writing Schedules

A writing schedule is a good tool to help you stay on track with your writing. A good writing schedule includes more than writing or revising a piece. It should also include everything you need to do at any time

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Tools Writers Use

Writers have tools they use when they are writing. I’m not talking about pens, pencils, paper or word processors. There are other tools we use when we write. Even fiction writers need certain tools. I’m talking about such as a

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Meditation As A Brainstorming Tool

Writers do a lot of brainstorming. There are many methods out there — probably as many methods as there are writers. Here’s one I’ve been experimenting with — meditation. I know I talked about this a few weeks back as

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Feline Freedom League: Report to Headquarters September 2019

From: Agent Molly To:  Mr. Whiskers Date: 1 September 2019 Subject: Third Report of 2019 The noisy things are not monsters. They are made things. Humans use them to reduce the cover around the habitation so that they can keep

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Your Story’s Log Line

This week, I’m going to discuss log lines. A log line is script writing device that tells the story in twenty-five words or less. It’s rather like the elevator speech they say you should have when job hunting. It is

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Using Meditation to Overcome Writer’s Block

If you are blocked, just sit down with no intentions as to topic and turn on some music that you like. Then close your eyes and write whatever comes to mind. This only works if your block is stemming from

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