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How to find the next steps for your writing project

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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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The Art of Storytelling with Jessica Mastors

The history of storytelling isn’t one of simply entertaining the masses but of also advising, instructing, challenging the status quo. Therese Fowler, Z

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Reward Yourself for Writing

Making writing a habit is hard. That’s a given. However, one increasingly popular theory is to keep yourself in ‘writing shape’ by using a reward system.

But then that begs the question: What is a ‘reward system’ in the context of writing?

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TheRightMargin’s Mission and Values

Our mission is to help the world write more successfully. We believe that writing does not have to be a lonely journey and that every step forward can be as powerful as the moment that motivated and inspired you to write at all. Stop giving up. Start finishing.

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4 Tips on Finishing What You Write

finish what you write

Do you really really really really *deep breath* really really really really want to finish a book? A dissertation? A proposal? A blog post?

Then our simple advice to you (that will make it MUCH more likely that you finish your behemoth of a writing project) is…write with the end in mind.

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