Monthly Archives: October 2013

Why writers are emotional wrecks when they finish their book

If you happen to know a writer then it is pretty much a sure bet that sometimes when you meet them they are just an emotional wreck and are completely wasted. This is especially the case when they are writing … Continue reading

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Why other writers are not your competition

In the hustle and bustle of the modern world where in many cases to get on and get ahead one needs to be completely ruthless, it is a marvel that writers do not see other writers as competition. There is … Continue reading

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How a good storm can shake up your writing and introduce new threads and plots

Us writers are always on the look out for something that will make something happen in their writing, something that makes a significant change to what is happening, or the who, what, why, where and how. What better way that … Continue reading

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