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Or, How "Serious Fun" Is More Productive Than "Serious Writing" - Many writers kill their own creativity by trying to get "serious" about their writing…
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Or, When Can You Call Yourself a “Real” Writer? Lots of writers won't even call themselves writers until they feel they've accomplished something. Does…
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Or, Should You Do NaNoWriMo in 2022? Climbing Mount Everest is difficult and expensive. But climbing to Everest Base Camp offers its own rewards. This…
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Or, How You Can Turn a Horrific Meme into a Terrific Means - It's hard enough to battle imposter syndrome, but now we have to worry about a million…
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Or, Why There are No Wasted Words - Too many writers hang onto their words like life jackets. But those words can become anchors, dragging you and your…
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Or, How Creative Cross-training Encourages Perpetual Creative Motion - Creative cross-training is a way to expand creativity and avoid burnout. For…
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Or, How Speaking Your "Why" Can Help You Write - It's been proven that if you give people reasons why they should or shouldn't do something, they'll be…
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Or, How Creative Block is Different from Writer’s Block and How to Fix It - Margaret Atwood has talked here and there about Muses, but rarely about her…
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Or, What is Writer’s Block? Samuel Coleridge gave us some great poems, but he also gave us the scourge of writer's block. Here's what I think writer's…
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Or, The Importance of Self-Compassion for Writers - Writing should be your secret escape, not your secret shame. Here are some ways of showing yourself…
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Or, How to Read with Intent to Become a Better Writer - the lesson's in Roy Peter Clark's excellent book on how to read with intent, "The Art of X-ray…
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