How To Act Like A Writer With A Bad Cold #SundayBlogShare #WritersLife #Writer

  Have you ever wanted to know what it is like to be a writer? Are you currently battling against a heavy cold?  Sneezing, coughing, shivering and feeling a bit grumpy? Why not take this opportunity to act like a writer…. with a nasty cold? The important thing to remember is that writers will still […]

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Useful People Watching Tips For Writers #AmWriting #Writers #Writing

I LOVE people watching. It helps if you are either naturally nosey or you were the odd kid at the back of the class, in school, who sat staring at all the popular kids. Sometimes I don’t think we appreciate how cool it is to be a writer. With ‘must do activities’ such as spying on people […]

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Author Interviews Julie Archer @julieoceanuk #Author #Writers

  Welcome to my weekly blog series – Author Interviews. These interviews are fab! I get the chance to interview some amazing authors about the journey they went on with regards writing their book. I get to glean some insight into their writing life and find out what has worked or not worked for them […]

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If an Online Dating Site For Writers Existed… #WritersLife #Writers

  Have you ever found yourself wondering how an online dating site for writers could work? Don’t worry – I got this topic covered! I think an online dating site for writers is a great idea. Luckily for me, my loved one has not yet traded me in for a younger model, grown tired of my […]

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5 Stages of Writer Procrastination #writer #writers

  Bold Statement. The writer announces to the world that they intend to spend tomorrow writing. They set themselves a target based on either word count or a number of chapters to be completed. As the writer finishes their speech they will let out a loud sigh of contentment and stare out of the window with a […]

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The Writer’s Book Turned into a Film Daydream #AmWriting #WritersLife

  There are several stages to this wonderful daydream: Stage 1. Writing Euphoria. The Writer’s Book Turned into a Film Daydream usually follows a writing high. You are crazy nuts about your current story. Every time you read through your draft you see [enter currency of your choice] signs go dancing in front of your eyes. […]

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20 Ways To Describe Your Imperfect First Draft #writers #writerslife

  First drafts rarely turn out to be literary masterpieces. Normally you are left scratching your head whilst asking yourself  ‘what have I written?’ You are then faced with the prospect of enduring a number of painful re-drafts to get your novel to its final polished state. Here are some suggestions on how you might […]

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Emotional Hurdles for the Newbie Writer #writers #amwriting

  As a newbie writer I am constantly trying to jump over emotional hurdles in order to progress. I am calling them hurdles  because if you don’t jump them you will end up falling down and hurting your writer self. They are emotional  because each one has the potential to bring on tears / sobbing / […]

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