How To Find Your Lost Writer’s Muse #WritersLife #ASMSG #Writer

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This year my writer’s muse has gone missing in action A LOT! When I get a spare moment I will be checking her contract because I don’t believe I hired her to: Disappear for weeks on end with no note or clue as to where she is going. Return whenever she feels like it, usually […]

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How To Apply Makeup Like A Writer #Writers #ASMSG #AmWriting

As the readers of BlondeWriteMore know I have covered writer fashion on my blog so I thought it was high time I covered how a writer approaches putting on their makeup. If you are thinking about becoming a writer or just want to try being one…for a day (*sigh*)Β Β I hope you find these handy hints […]

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Writer: Why You Need To Become Your Own Cheerleader #SundayBlogShare #ASMSG

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Being a writer isn’t easy. Not only do you have to create, write, edit, revise, shelve, rewrite, deliberate, proof read, format, publish and promote but you also have to learn to cheer yourself on at every stage. *Gasp*. You have to become your own cheerleader and this is a tough one to accept. 

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How To Be A Writer: 13 Required Quirks #MondayBlogs #Writer @AkkalonAS

When fantasy author A.S. Akkalon told me she had been studying the online world of writers and learning about their peculiar ways I knew she had to write me a guest post on her findings. Posts on this topic are always welcome on BlondeWriteMore. A.S. Akkalon describes herself as a fantasy author who puts dreams […]

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Embracing Your Inner Weirdo #MondayBlogs #Writer @a_m_cullens

Inner weirdo, Being weird

One things I love about Instagram is how it enables you to connect with amazing creative people through the medium of photos. I am so grateful to Instagram as it has allowed me to meet the very talented Adelise M Cullens who describes herself as a ‘hugger, writer, reader and lover of colourful hair’.  Her Instagram […]

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How To Survive The Challenging First Draft #Writer #AmWriting #FirstDraft

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In my experience there are different types of first drafts: The Gushing First Draft. There are stories which will quite simply gush out of you. Words will pour onto the page and before you know it there will be a rough manuscript staring back at you. If you are reading this and are new to […]

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