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When Inspiration Wanes
Image shows an all white androgynous character dejectedly banging its head against a brick wall, illustrates Lynette M. Burrows's post, When Inspiration Wanes.

Whether you are aiming for 50,000 words written this month (NaNoWriMo) or you’re in the middle of your years-long writing project, middles are hard. You know when you’ve reached the middle of a writing project because your inspiration evaporates, leaving you with a desire to do anything, everything except write.… Read the post

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The Hardest Book I’ve Ever Written

Julie Glover

I’ve got more than 10 full manuscripts under my belt and several short stories as well. While none has been a breeze, some have come easier than others. I recently got to wondering which book was the hardest to write.… Read the post

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The Law of Abundance and You as a Writer

by Diana Stout, MFA, PhD

As writers, we'd like to think that our work will bring us an abundance of wealth, but what if it doesn't?

Is there anything we can do that would make a difference?

Would you be surprised if I said, "Yes, there is"?… Read the post

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Can a New Location Boost Your Writing Productivity?

by Julie Glover

View of Pont Valentré and the River Lot in Cahors, France

In 2021, my husband and I sold our house and ordered a new house to be built. When our apartment lease ended, the house was nowhere near ready.… Read the post

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Eight Ways to Stay Open to Story

by Monica Corwin

Inspiration starts in the brain. I’ll save the health and wellness lecture for another time, but please make a note that your diet, exercise, and sleep all affect your brain’s neuroplasticity, allowing for what I like to call free-range inspiration.… Read the post

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