Let’s face it, advice for writer’s block has been covered in depth and ad nauseam from all corners of the writing world. So instead of giving cliche (albeit useful) advice like “relax with some tea” or “take a break and return to your work later” I’d like to add what I believe is a more unique perspective to help writers facing this issue.
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I love questions. A good question always includes the answer. Sarah Arrow’s book starts with one, a question that includes the answer and a promise also. “Do you wish that your blog posts had more views?… the post that will go viral…”
When I first opened the covers of this book, inside I expected to find a structure that matched exactly what my rational mind desired to visualize. I was surprised. The book is structured in such a way that if you want to write a book in 30 days, you are certain to write one after reading it.
INTERVIEW WITH AUTHOR DORIEN GREY AND THE HUMAN BEING ROGER MARGASON -second part- -you can find the first part here– In the beginning, I met Dorien. Or… was it Roger whom I met? Or… they were both at the same time, same place, due to Dorien’s
On July 1st, a hurricane of inspiration hit me, and I set out to write 50,000 words of my breathtaking, mind-blowing “My Twin Flame – The secrets behind the hidden Gates” story. Some said I was unhinged, and indeed, such an audacious endeavor is full of perils
After The End I did it! It is August now. I survived the Camp. Did you ever go to a camp? Believe me this was different! It is different because you are the only one who controls you. You are the only one who has to set
A READER’S JOURNAL Preface Being a writer and trying all the time to study more and more about this fascinating art, I happened to receive an e-book one day as a gift on subscribing to a newsletter. I saved the gift and for some time I