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Improve your writing via a retrospective

Have you ever caught yourself thinking you could be a better writer? Having a healthy amount of humility in one’s own work is of course, normal. Doing a simple retrospective, or ‘retro’ for short, on your writing projects can help you save time, money and ultimately a lot of self-doubt through your writing career.

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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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6 great creative writing prompts to get you writing again

Creative writing is fun! And those who are creative writers know it. But sometimes it can be hard, especially when you’re writing something long, something innovative or something super tricky. Creating, especially creating with words, takes serious thought energy, time and usually some amount of writerly skill. Oh yeah, and sometimes some solid writing prompts to get you started. 

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#writing2016: Just do.

[aesop_quote type=”block” background=”#ffffff” text=”#000000″ width=”content” align=”center” size=”2″ quote=”Above all, write to preserve the scrap of an age, a voice; write so you won’t forget.” cite=”Julie Zhou” parallax=”off” direction=”left”]

 

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