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Take Charge of Your Writing

April 28, 2013
  1. Carve out time to write, even if it’s only fifteen minutes a day.
  2. Create an atmosphere for good writing habits (no laundry allowed).
  3. Be flexible. If you can’t focus on a chapter, write a character sketch instead.
  4. Observe.
  5. Read.
  6. Subscribe to a new blog.
  7. Join a critique group.
  8. Sign up for a class or a workshop.
  9. Edit your work, again.
  10. Write.
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One comment

  1. By far the best writing advice I have ever received is to never end your writing at the end each day. Instead, leave a paragraph or two where you already know what you will write for the next day. This way you start everyday writing instead of thinking how to start the next bit — the rhythm gets you going and you never turn back. it’s a great way to reduce writer’s block and procrastination 🙂



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