Category Archives: Writing Quick Tip

Try Something Different (Writers Quick Tip)

We’re always looking for ways to learn and grow and become even better at being ourselves. Want a way to grow as a writer , a reader and a human being? Try reading something you wouldn’t normally read. Not necessarily … Continue reading

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Double Duty (Writing Quick Tip)

Is there a topic you write a lot about? Do you have multiple articles, posts or books in that topic area? Do you see more to come? Then give some thought  to how you can let one piece of work … Continue reading

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Talk It Out (Writing Quick Tip)

Trying to write something, but it doesn’t seem quite right? Can’t put your finger on why? Try different things but none of them seem to work? Then try talking your topic out. Find someplace that you can be private and … Continue reading

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Out of Order (Writing Quick Tip)

Having problems writing? Finding yourself stuck on a particular section? Then think about writing your article or book out of order. If you have a beginning, end and route to get from one to the other in mind, you may … Continue reading

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Recycle (Writing Quick Tip)

Done a lot of research or given a lot of thought to something you’ve written on a particular topic? Think about are there ways that you can use that thought or research to support multiple writing projects. As an example, … Continue reading

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Read For Flavor (Writing Quick Tip)

Different genres have different patterns of storytelling. Different ways of saying things. Different types of story arcs. Trying to write something but having a problem getting started or keeping the words flowing once you have started? Try taking a break … Continue reading

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Ducks In a Row (Writing Quick Tip)

Got a topic you’re trying to write about but having a hard time pulling it together? Try this outline technique Start by making a rough outline with the different areas you want your writing to cover. Under each point, write … Continue reading

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Blog Ahead (Writing Quick Tip)

Are you writing a blog but having problems writing enough material day by day? Have problems getting started? Then try writing a series and blogging ahead. Know the theme of your blog? Pick one concept or area of concern within … Continue reading

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My Card…. (Writing Quick Tip)

Are you a writer who is looking for an agent? is looking for a publisher? is looking for a gig writing for pay? has a book published and want to get the word out about it? have a book underway … Continue reading

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Courting the Muse- an Owner’s Manual (Writing Quick Tip)

They say every writer has a Muse. Is your Muse friendly? Always there? A tease? Someone with an unlisted number? And what does she like? It’s not a one size fits all Universe, and each of us has different ways … Continue reading

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