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How to Choose A Title For Your Book

When it comes to writing, titles can be one of the hardest parts of the job. How can you accurately portray the message behind a piece with just a few small words? Still, despite being a challenge, titles are an extremely important part of presenting the world with your work, which is probably why they’re so difficult to nail. A title is used to allow readers a glimpse into what is to come by catching their interest and offering insight into the piece. Keeping these things in mind can work to help you find an appropriate, catchy title.

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Creating the Perfect Writing Space

Where do you write? Have you carved out a little section of your house where you can get things done? A writer without a proper writing space can find it difficult to get started or reach deadlines. As writers, for some strange reason, procrastination is something that comes naturally to all of us. Once we’re faced with a deadline we suddenly remember all of the chores that need to be finished, or feel the need to check up on our high school nemesis on Facebook.

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How to Know When It’s Time To Stop Writing

There are plenty of posts about motivating yourself to get your writing routine in place and become the writer that you want to be, but less information on how much is too much, or when you should step away from the keyboard. Sometimes you can pound words out for hours, but return later to find that you’ve written nothing of value. We’d never want to discourage you from sticking with a writing routine, but let’s face it; we’ve all got limits! There are times when breaks are not only recommended, but necessary for growth.

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Starting Fresh as a Writer in the New Year

The holidays are a hard time to stay motivated as a writer, and if you happened to let yourself slide a little in the hustle and bustle, no one can blame you. As we find ourselves facing a new year, however, it is a time to start anew. January is notoriously a time for resolutions and goal setting, so what are you waiting for? It’s the perfect time to start again and be the task-oriented writer that you want to be.

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