How To Rediscover Your Blogging Mojo #Blogging #Blogs #Bloggers

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Blogging can be so much fun when you are making your readers smile, getting some shares on social media and letting out soft moans of creative pride as you gaze longingly at your blog. Blogging can also make you want to stick pins in your eyes. After a couple of unsuccessful posts (usually the ones […]

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How To Survive Blogging With A Small Following #Blogging #Blogs #Bloggers

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Growing a blog from scratch is tough. Keeping yourself motivated about blogging when only a handful of people read your posts is hard. Going to blogging events and meeting bloggers with an eye watering following (the size of a small country) and then comparing your own blog following (the size of a local football team) can […]

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How To Survive Writing The Weird Story #Writers #AmWriting

You have no clue where the idea for your latest first draft came from. When it first materialised inside your head your initial reaction was one of utter shock. “Oh my goodness, this story idea is so weird,” you whispered. A helpful loved one laughed and made the mistake of saying, “try me, I love […]

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How To Survive Writing The Story With No Title #Writers #AmWriting

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I never thought the writer control freak inside of me would permit the writing of a story WITH NO TITLE.  Even writing the words ‘no title’ make me shiver. I never thought I could start writing a story without typing the story title at the top, making it bold and underlining it. I never thought […]

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How To Handle The Slow Burn Story #Writing #AmWriting #Writer

This is something I have experienced lately, writing the slow burn story. These tales are unique because they take AGES to come out of you. They are normally written in dribs and drabs which can be very frustrating for an impatient blonde writer, like myself. A slow burn story is a form of creative torture […]

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How To Survive The Shelved Story Coming Back From The Dead #Writers #AmWriting

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Your story died at 21,456 words. It was a sad state of literary affairs when you wiped away your tears, blew your nose and decided to shelve your half-finished novel. There were too many things that weren’t working with your fictional romance, about two emotionally broken food lovers finding each other on an online dating […]

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