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The Real Reason We Want to Be Published

Jamie Raintree

pexels-photo-54300This week in Colorado the temperature is getting into the 70s. We're getting those afternoon thunderstorms that are quintessential of April through August here, and it's the smell of damp grass and the feel of the cool moisture in the air that's putting me in a summer frame of mind.… Read the post

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Design Your Writing Career from the Top Down

Jamie Raintree

writing career

When we first start writing, it's only natural to start with...well, writing. I remember when I first imagined the idea of writing a book. It was an absolutely ridiculous thought. Me? Write a book? Wasn't that reserved for the elite of the world?… Read the post

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Why Writers Need Human Connection

Jamie Raintree

What do you imagine the most productive writing life to look like? The most creative? The most dedicated? Do you imagine it, like I often do, to look like a cabin hidden away in the woods with no wi-fi and food that appears with the snap of your fingers?… Read the post

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4 Steps to Happy Writing Productivity

Jamie Raintree

image1The beginning of the new year is always a great time to step back and reevaluate our routines. Sure, we all have resolutions and goals for the coming year (finally finishing that book probably being one of them) but if we continue to approach our goals and resolutions in the same way we did last year, we'll likely find ourselves on December 31, 2015 in the same position we're in now--no finished book, disappointed in how little progress has been made, or maybe even with a finished product but not very happy about what it took to get there.… Read the post

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How to Create an Online Writing Community - and Virtual Hugs

Jamie Raintree

Writing

When I first started dabbling in writing almost a decade ago, the Internet was only just starting to become social. There was no Facebook, no Twitter, no YouTube. Even MySpace was still a place for musicians and high school kids, and I was neither by the time it gained mainstream popularity.… Read the post

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