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Comment on Do Negative Thoughts Give You Writer’s Block? 5 Ways To Cut Loose by Jackie

Henri, great article. It makes me think about the importance of moving from a more fear based perspective to a more loving one. This is integral for both our personal and creative growth. Thanks for the actionable tools to help create more vibrantly and authentically. Powered by WPeMatico

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Comment on Do Negative Thoughts Give You Writer’s Block? 5 Ways To Cut Loose by Marcy McKay

Cool, Henri. I’m just the opposite. I mainly write fiction, but love non-fiction because it seems so much faster….I get write to write…an article, a newsletter, whatever….then get paid. I like NF because it reminds me that I CAN write + I also feel like it helps with my fiction. Thanks for responding. Powered by […]

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Comment on Do Negative Thoughts Give You Writer’s Block? 5 Ways To Cut Loose by SEO and content writing tips: Week ending April 15, 2014 » SEO Copywriting

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Comment on Scene Stealers: Build Tension by Orion

I haven’t been here in a while, but i would love to say thanks. I don’t often see that I’m appreciated. Powered by WPeMatico

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Comment on 2 Amazing Ways To Revise Your Novel (And When To Use Them) by Monday Must-Reads [04/14/14]

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Comment on How To Make The Right Choices For Your Novel by K.M. Weiland

Story length is probably the least important of all these considerations. It’s greatest value comes into play when an author is able to identify whether he’s more inclined to be long-winded or short-winded (if that’s a term!). When we recognize our own tendencies, monitoring word count during the first draft can help us curb bad […]

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Comment on Do Negative Thoughts Give You Writer’s Block? 5 Ways To Cut Loose by Henri Junttila

Ah. Great catch, Lynn. Thank you! Powered by WPeMatico

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Comment on Do Negative Thoughts Give You Writer’s Block? 5 Ways To Cut Loose by lynn

Hey, writer Henri Juntila! This quote from your article isn’t good English: “paralyze you from doing the work you love.” Excising the “fluff” from the sentence and turning it around, you are saying that the work you love is paralyzing you. (i.e. you are being paralyzed from/by the work) You could say “keep you from […]

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Comment on Do Negative Thoughts Give You Writer’s Block? 5 Ways To Cut Loose by Henri Junttila

I don’t write fiction. I write non-fiction. But I dabble in fiction, because it improves my non-fiction writing. And yes, it’s all about small steps. Doing what you can with what you have. Powered by WPeMatico

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