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The Only Way to Stop Feeling Rejected as a Writer

Cue the violin music, thing's are about to get emotional. One of my writer buddies has been receiving rejections from the Big 5 Publishers. After spending three years on her book. Plus a huge amount of time and $$$ on writing classes, submissions, hone your craft stuff, platform building, networking, and pow-pows with literary agents. Her agent says, 'Don't give up hope' but she's now somewhere between disappointed and hopeful. More than disappointed. She feels rejected. I'm here to share how to...

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5 Daily Practices to Help You Write

Poetry reading I watched this TED Talk  and have started putting his five daily practices into action. Years ago, whilst doing a Meditation course in Paris, I used to write down things I was grateful for daily, but, I got lazy. At the time I knew this sort of action worked and could actually make you happier, but I wasn't sure what I wanted so didn't know what kind of life to create or imagine for myself. Watch the...

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What 'winning' Nanowrimo means to me.

At first I thought that what I wrote wasn't too bad and started imagining how quickly I can put Betty and Alabama out there in the publishing world as 'real'. Then, of course, I finished reading Jo Nesbo's The Devil's Star and I realised that my 50,000 words towards Polaroid Nights needs a) another 50,000 words, and b) some really excellent research and thinking-through of the perpetrator and crimes because c) I pretty much wrote it just from some odd...

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