My Writing Diary #Mixtapes #80s #Writer #Penpals

Welcome to my weekly writing diary. This week I have been thinking a lot about old mixtapes. I am blaming a conversation I overheard in a coffee shop for this latest creative distraction. A woman was telling her friend she had thrown out her LARGE collection of mixtapes. As a child of the 80s and […]

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How I Came To Terms With My Hormones Influence My Writing #SundayBlogShare #Writers

One day a loved one made an innocent observation about how there is a familiar monthly pattern to my writing and how it could be influenced by my hormones. I choked on my herbal tea (great for when you are feeling hormonal) at the thought of my writing process exhibiting a familiar monthly pattern. My goodness, I often congratulate myself on […]

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How To Handle The Post Writing Daze #Writer #Writing

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After what happened to me last week I feel the need to talk about the dangers of the post writing daze and offer some advice to others on how to handle this fragile creative state. I have also been wondering how many accidents, slip ups, calamities, disasters, boo boos, costly mistakes, wrong turns, poor decisions and […]

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How To Handle The Story That Keeps On Giving #AmWriting #Writing #Writer

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Have you ever experienced writing a story that gives you more than just an interesting tale and a collection of fictional people? Let me explain. Last week, in my blog post titled, The Story Which Wants To Show You Other Things, I spoke about how, whilst working on a draft of a story, I had […]

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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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15 Similarities Between Writers & Mediums #Writers #AmWriting

“Darling, are you feeling alright?” asks a concerned loved one. “You look like you are in some sort of trance.” You smile and say, “my MC is trying to tell me something.” Worry spreads across your loved one’s face. “Your MC?” they say quietly, before glancing around the empty room.

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