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New Year’s Resolution: Publish Your Book in 2014!

New Year’s Day is highly regarded as a day to start over. It’s a day where we can shed our mistakes and look forward to the potential of the year to come. When it comes to your goals as a writer, New Year’s Day offers a wonderful opportunity to recreate or refine your habits as a writer. Whether you’ve got a few books under your belt, or you’re hoping that 2014 is going to be the year you get started, these tips are a great way to find your success in the New Year.

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How to Stay Motivated As a Writer Over The Holidays

With the holidays fast approaching, it’s often a difficult time for authors as they struggle to stay motivated in the face of extra commitments and busy weekends. December can be overwhelming at the best of times, and as a writer it becomes all too easy to put our creative work on the back burner in favour of seasonal festivities. If you’re already finding yourself struggling to keep your motivation up, here are some ideas to help you stay on track over the Christmas season.

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Four Ways to Beat Writer’s Block

As a writer, you know that you’re not alone in staring at a blinking cursor with a blank mind. On occasion, each of us will face the blatant truth that writer’s block is a very real challenge. Writer’s block is one of the most frustrating things facing writers today, and we all know that before you can get your words to your publisher, they first have to land on the page. By keeping these tips in mind, you’ll be better able to fight your way through writer’s block and tell the story that you’re aching to get across.

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Tips For Being a Better Writer

Writing is a form of expression that requires more heartfelt effort than possibly any other craft. Regardless of who you are and what your subject matter is, a writer will consistently be striving to become a better, more dedicated person of prose. If you’ve found yourself wishing that you could be a better, more dedicated writer, these tips may help you find your feet and your success.

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