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Writer Confidence: Do You Self-Reject?

Bundle of barbed wire with text: Do You Self-Reject?

Writers often suffer from self-doubt. We’re not sure if our story idea is interesting enough, if we’re the right person to write our idea. All that self-doubt can lead us to reject ourselves before others do—or before they even can.

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October 30, 2018

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How to Save a Broken Story

Scattered pieces of a watch with text: How Can We Fix a Broken Story?

A truly broken story is one where the pieces of the story don’t come together in a coherent whole. But if we’re willing to put in the work, virtually any story can be saved. Then question then is: What steps should we take to fix a broken story?

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September 27, 2018

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Want to Try Writing Tools Before You Buy?

Hands holding an open book with text on pages: Getting Hands on with Writing Tools

One of the new features at the RWA conference this year was the Planner and Writing Tools Demo Rooms. Two whole rooms filled with pens, planners, stickers, washi tape, mice, keyboards, standing desks, chairs, etc.

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July 26, 2018

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The Ultimate #RWA18 Conference Packing List

Stack of old-fashioned suitcases with text: The Ultimate Conference Packing List

Going to a writing conference this season? I’m getting ready for the RWA Annual Conference in Denver, so let me know if you’re going. And let’s hold off the panic attacks together with this handy-dandy packing list.

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July 10, 2018

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