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How To Break Up With Writers Block For Good


Have you ever had that burning itch to write, but you couldn’t quite bring yourself to do it? There’s a story in your head, a little idea, a tiny spark – but nothing ignites when you pick up your pen. Nothing satisfies. Or maybe you know you have the words on your fingertips, but life is just […]


5 Steps To Balance Writing And Marketing Like A Boss


Let’s face the facts: If you’re an author or writer of any genre, then you are going to be spending quite a bit of time with marketing! You’ve got your brand to build, graphics to make, and blogs to publish. You’ve got to interact on Twitter and reply to comments on your website. Not to […]


10 Easy Graphic Design Hacks for Non-Designers


Hey there! Welcome, we’re going to talk about design today! Good graphics can make or break your online presence. It can be the difference between master and amateur, just within a few pictures. You may think it’s innocent to slap a messy picture on your Blog or Twitter, with blurry photos and crumpled comic sans […]


The Top 5 Ways Writers Can Use Pinterest


We went over Twitter Tips for Writers but I am here to tell you that Pinterest is just as great of a resource. In fact, it is the perfect place for your writer brand to thrive. A study by Ahology has shown 83 percent of active users prefer to follow a brand than a notable celebrity. That […]


Three Easy Steps to Conquer Your Self-Doubt


Think of “doubt” as an actual being. He is a bulbous green monster covered in disgusting potent goo. He lurks up behind you as you type blissfully away at your work-in-progress, but he doesn’t swarm you all at once. He’s a practiced veteran at breaking down the creative mind, so he begins slowly. With precision, […]


5 Hard Truths About Writing


Hello! It is Writer Wednesday here at the blog, which means I am going to jump right in on a post geared towards writers. When I was young and still figuring out what being a “writer” really meant, I had a lot of misconceptions in my brain about the practice. I wanted to be a writer, […]



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