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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Why #Writers Need Stubborn Hearts #AmWriting #MyStubbornWriterHeart ❤️

During a moment of writing frustration last week I fell into the soothing and comforting arms of Pinterest. After some rapid pinning action and a few scrolls I found this image. As I stared at the quote, I clutched a large glass of wine and wedged a giant slab of chocolate into my mouth (nearly […]

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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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