Job Description: The Writer’s Teenage Offspring #WritersLife #Writers

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Job: Vacancy: The Writer’s Teenage Offspring About The Role:  An exciting opportunity has arisen for a teenager to help support their writer parent throughout their literary journey. Hours: Can vary each week and will be dependent upon: Hormone levels of the teenager (and their female writer parent). The state of the teenager’s bedroom. Teenage skin […]

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Why My #WritersLife Feels Like Stranger Things #AmWriting #StrangerThings

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If you haven’t watched the Netflix series Stranger Things, seasons 1 and 2, I strongly urge you to clear your social calendar, stockpile food, close the curtains, wrap yourself in a warm blanket, clutch a large cushion (to hide behind during scary bits) and binge watch it all. For those who haven’t experienced it, Stranger […]

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5 Things I Have Learned About Writing Second Books #Writer #Writing @bookish_yogi

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I have invited author Rachel Burton back to guest post on BlondeWriteMore for several reasons: Her last guest post, ‘5 Things I Wish I had Known Whilst Writing My First Novel, did well and it resulted in me smiling at my blog stats bar graph. I have just finished reading her debut novel, ‘The Many Colours […]

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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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Things You Can Do Instead of Suffering From Writer Jealousy #AmWriting #Writers

This post is for all those amazing writers out there, who are currently riddled with writer jealousy and are sat staring at another writer’s work, with green eyes and a facial expression similar to that of a bulldog chewing a thistle. We all suffer from writer jealousy. Some of us have spent hours staring at […]

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10 Signs Your Book Is Ready To Come Out Of You #MondayBlogs #ASMSG #Writing

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I have experienced many challenging writer situations in my time; getting so emotional whilst writing the death of a character that I could no longer see the laptop screen, failing to control my obsession with clichés, struggling to keep a lid on a fictional character crush and fighting a powerful urge to dance in the […]

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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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