We’ll probably all struggle with creative blocks during our writing career, so what can we do to help? Christina Delay shares her insights.
It’s time for another post as a Resident Writing Coach over at Writers Helping Writers, where we’re digging into the lessons we can take away from the movie Everything Everywhere All at Once.
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Self-awareness is a good trait for writers to have. What 5 habits can help us become more self-aware, and how can they strengthen our storytelling skills?Pin It
If we’re not careful, we can burn out or suffer serious consequences. So once in a while, we all need to evaluate our workload and reprioritize…even me.Pin It
The advice “write to market” often causes a strong reaction. What does it mean? Can we benefit from writing to market without selling out?Pin It
How can we get to know our characters well enough that they take on a life of their own? Is it a good sign if we hear their voice?Pin It
Many are struggling with anxiety, but stories have power in a crisis. Beyond the stories we write, there’s also the story we tell ourselves about our life.Pin It
As we’ve journeyed through the writing learning curve, we’ve been helped by others. How can we pay that assistance forward to help other writers?Pin It
Balance can be hard to find within the writing industry, especially as our publishing life is full of contradictions, leading to frustration and burnout.Pin It