Advice For New Writers

themerrywriter: 1) Life Won’t Wait For Your WIP; Do not work 16 hours a day every day. Think about the “full jar” story. If you fill your days with “sand” (work, admin, cleaning) you won’t have time for the big stuff. Meet… Read moreAdvice For New Writers

Advice For New Writers

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themerrywriter: The Most Powerful Writing Advice I Ever Received Was to ask yourself what you would want people to say about your writing when your gone and work towards that. It just occurred to me that this can be used… Read more

themerrywriter: The Most Powerful Writing Advice I Ever Received Was to ask yourself what you would…

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themerrywriter: Your book is going to be great; just put one word in front of the other. 

themerrywriter:Your book is going to be great; just put one word in front of the other. 

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themerrywriter: The Most Powerful Writing Advice I Ever Received Was to ask yourself what you would want people to say about your writing when your gone and work towards that. It just occurred to me that this can be used… Read more

themerrywriter: The Most Powerful Writing Advice I Ever Received Was to ask yourself what you would…

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themerrywriter: Your book is going to be great; just put one word in front of the other. 

themerrywriter:Your book is going to be great; just put one word in front of the other. 

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