5 Writing Prompts for Getting Unstuck, Every Time

5 Writing Prompts for Getting Unstuck, Every Time

In writing, it's easy to get stuck. It's also easy to get unstuck.

But we can't swim by looking at the water - we have to dive in somewhere. Here are 5 surefire writing prompts that will get your ideas and words flowing.

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3 Steps to Uncovering Your Simple Truths

3 Steps to Uncovering Your Simple Truths

The lyrics and music of Lou Reed can teach us valuable lessons about the power of simplicity and honesty in writing.

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No Chores Allowed

No Chores Allowed

5 ways to transform your writing practice from drudge to delight.

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Why Every Author Needs Their Own Brand

Why Every Author Needs Their Own Brand

FriesenPress author Suzanne Forcese describes how publishing her book didn’t just change her life, it changed what she believed about herself.

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The Two Things Every Author Must Do To Sell More Books

The Two Things Every Author Must Do To Sell More Books

Two things you must remember if you want to sell books like a master - as shared by a multi-million selling author.

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6 Qualities You Need to be a Successful Author

6 Qualities You Need to be a Successful Author

Most people think they could write a novel, but few actually do. Still, there are thousands of people who do complete one or twenty books. What do they have that so many others do not? As it turns out, there are several qualities that separate actual productive writers from those who merely have great intentions.

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7 Ways to Keep Fresh & Write Your Best

7 Ways to Keep Fresh & Write Your Best

Writers need to keep fit and fresh to work effectively, but sitting at a computer for long hours can produce the opposite effect, hampering both body and mind. Here are some practical tips on how you can sustain your physical and mental well-being throughout the writing day.

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Authors: Beware of Positive Feedback

Authors: Beware of Positive Feedback

When nice words aren’t. Make sure your test readers are telling you what’s true, not just what’s pleasant. 

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