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Lessons for writers from Wimbledon

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Lessons for writers from Wimbledon Today I watched the greatest example of self-sabotage. It was frustrating because I knew it was coming. It was inevitable but I wish I had been proven wrong. I’m talking about Nick Kyrgios playing in the Gentlemen’s Final of Wimbledon. As I’m writing this, I am aware that he has … Read more

Is this book the one?

Is this book the one?

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Is this book the one? – Show Notes Introduction Is this book the one? The one that gets you the book deal? The one that gets you the bigger advance? The one that makes record sales? It might be! It could be, if you ever get it finished. You want big things for your work … Read more

Every Writing Session Starts Here

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Every writing session starts here – Show Notes Introduction Sitting down to write is a lot like preparing for a trip. Even the most spontaneous of trips takes a bit of planning, assessing, knowing where you are right now, and what resources you have at your disposal. Facing that blank page is the same as … Read more

Brains Need Brawn

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Please welcome guest blogger, writer extraordinaire, fitness and writing coach, Sandra Wickham! Sandra is here to talk about why taking care of our physical health helps us write more (and dare I say better? I dare say it!) Take it away Sandra! A lot of writing advice includes getting some movement into your day but … Read more

the best time to write

When is the best time to write?

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When is the best time to write?  The ideal morning routine I can’t help but wonder how much time people think we have in the morning. And by people, I mean all the health and productivity experts.  While I can get on board with the general theory that it is often better to get things … Read more