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Evernote

Use Evernote to clip information from web articles into virtual notebooks focusing on different areas of research for your story that you can save for reference.

 

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Monthly reminder to WRITE!!

'You're on our turf, this is poet's corner.' 'It may be your corner, friend, but it's on writers block.'

 

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Remember the Holy Trinity: The Dictionary, The Thesaurus, and the Holy Internet.

 

 

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Instagram is a great way of expressing yourself visually rather than in writing.

 

 

 

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Raise your effort.

Lower your expectations.

For example: Good target

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Unrealistic target

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Read ‘Grammar for fiction Writers by Chris Saylor and Marcy Kennedy’ because grammar is surprisingly important. It the difference your writing being well-written and well, written.

 

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Love is the most important ingredient. Love of words. Of your characters and their flaws. Of truth.

You are playing God, but it has to be a loving God. 

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Read your work aloud.

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You’ll notice more mistakes that way.

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The hardest bit of writing always comes at the 30,000 word mark.

Keep going.

After 50,000, the hill slopes in your favour. 

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