7 Ways to Motivate Yourself to Write

7 Ways to Motivate Yourself to Write

7 Ways to Motivate Yourself to Write

Let’s motivate ourselves to write.Ever had lackluster ideas and even more lackluster writing days? Who hasn’t? But it doesn’t have to be that way…especially for new writers. 7 ways to motivate yourself to write Whatever you set your mind to do, you will achieve if you want it badly enough. (I have talked about ways for creatives to get things done in this blog post here) are 7 ways to get yourself motivated to sit down and get ‘er done. Let’s get motivated! Choose what you want to write First, make a list of what you want to accomplish with

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Mid-Year Goals for 2019

How are you doing on your goals this year? If you are like myself, you haven’t really even touched them yet. But we will, right? Right. Not without help we won’t, you can bet. I mean, did you set a goal to accomplish anything this year? I set one goal about oh, five years ago, and I just reached it this year. Yes, I really have lost 22.2 lbs. But that goal isn’t the only one I want to make. I want to FINISH THIS NEXT BOOK! Because it has been THREE years since I published anything. That’s ridiculous! So,

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You CAN be a shy writer and succeed

You CAN be a shy writer and succeed

This is the follow up to my last post about how to boost sales and get readers which you can read here. When you mention a certain demographic, you really should give them a chance to have their own platform. So, this post is about that sector of the writing world who do not choose to be speakers. Those people who like sitting back and using the social media circles to make friends and influence people. I ain’t mad at ya, as the young folks say. There are the group of social media writers or SMW who like the fact

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Boost your book sales, get readers

Boost your book sales, get readers

We are writers. We have talent. And of that talent, there are many facets. One such facet of our talents, when honed to a fine point, will give you a significant edge that will result in better book sales. And this talent will increase your awareness of what readers want,  and give you assertiveness that very few people have. This talent is something that very few writers can perform, and most of them don’t even want to try. And the really interesting thing is: you have an advantage on EVERY OTHER WRITER when you unleash this talent. WHAT IS THIS

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Writing a novel first draft via Nanowrimo

Writing a novel first draft via Nanowrimo

Some of us have already ended Nanowrimo, and some of us are about to do so with the close of November. No matter if you have succeeded with the 50,000 words or not, we all have gotten SOMETHING on our work accomplished and isn’t that the whole purpose? This post is for those who are now holding that precious first draft. Rock on, you writer, you! GIVE IT A WHIRL I made my own story a nemesis this month by writing something from the seat of my pants, no outline, no idea what it would be. And it is a

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