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Writing a letter to Congress with TheRightMargin

The impact the 2016  election year has had on U.S. citizens is mind-blowing. And my team and I have worked hard to find a way to do our part to help empower people to affect the change they want to see as we move into 2017. Since we’re in the business of writing and helping people achieve their writing goals, we’ve recently launched a smart project that helps you write a letter to Congress.

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Christmas gift ideas for aspiring writers

gift ideas for aspiring writers

Hey, are you looking for Christmas gift ideas for aspiring writers? For the journalers, the scribblers, the poets and scribes in your life? We hope we’ve come to your aid with our very special and curated list of gifts for aspiring writers below. Each recommendation has been personally used, appreciated, and recommended by our team here at TheRightMargin.

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A Plan for Revising Your Novel in TheRightMargin

revising your novel

You’ve done it! You’ve finished the first draft of your novel. Well done, fearless wordsmith. Hopefully, you’ve built in some time to celebrate and reward yourself. Now, though, it’s time to think about revising your novel.

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Our Writer’s Digest Novel Writing Conference Schedule

Woo-hoo! Starting tomorrow, we’ll be in sunny L.A. at the Writer’s Digest Novel Writing Conference. We’re excited to attend, and proud to be a sponsor – and few of you out there have asked what sessions we’ll be attending during the three day all-things-novel extravaganza.

Below is a handy dandy guide of the sessions where we’ll be, each covering unique facets of the novel-writer’s journey. Have any session summaries you’d like us to share – let us know @TheRightMargin 

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How to find the next steps for your writing project

Looking for the next steps in your project?

Here’s a little of what “writing office hours” looks like at TheRightMargin:

“Okay, what’s the very next thing you need to do?”

“Sleep.

Kidding aside, I want to get writing again. Trouble is… I’ve lost my mental context. I don’t even know where to start.”

“What specifically are you trying to write next?”

“I guess my next chapter.”

“Okay, what do you need to do to get there?”

“I don’t know. Well, I guess I need to get my outline straightened out. But I’ve lost track of the plot and what I need in it. So I guess I need to reread things first?”

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