Tag Archives: Writing Ideas

NaNoWriMoNoShaveNo

Mashups are a popular thing, right? Wait, let me try that again. Has this ever happened to you? You: Hey, I want to participate in National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo), but I also want to participate in No Shave November … Continue reading

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Everyday Inspiration

I don’t like to make generalizations, but let’s face it, book lovers and writers tend to be an introverted bunch of people. We like to live vicariously through our stories—which is good because as much as I like reading about … Continue reading

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Building a Mind Palace

Why do all of my very best writing ideas come in the shower? Or, you know, when I’m driving? For some reason, being distracted and unable to jot down any sort of notes is the exact moment when my mind … Continue reading

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This is What a 30 Minute Writing Exercise Looks Like

I was about to sit down and start working on a post about the benefits of writing exercises. Doing a simple free write, one that’s about 30 minutes, can vastly improve a writer’s work on multiple levels. First, it helps … Continue reading

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