Tag: writer’s


  • 8 Healthy Lifestyle Tips for Writers

    Some of you might be wondering why I’ve decided to write a post for writers on how to stay healthy. I realize that nearly everyone knows basic guidelines for staying healthy (it’s mostly just a matter of ignoring temptation), so why can’t writers just do the same thing? Glad you asked! I am armed and […]

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  • Writing Tips for NaNoWriMo

    *sings* It’s the most craziest tiiiiime— of the year. You say it’s too early to be singing parodies of Christmas songs, but the Santa Claus decor has been out for a while. I’ll sing all I want.

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  • Advice and Encouragement from Your Favorite Characters

    Sometimes writer’s block seems to be getting the best of you and you feel like you need to actually hit your head on an actual block. But never fear! Encouragement is not far … just read a little further down. Sometimes it can be even more motivating coming from your favorite characters than from yourself […]

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  • The Writer’s Wish List: The Aspirations of Writers DEBUNKED

    It is embedded in the origins of humanity for all full-functioning, self-ambitious human beings to wish for things. Trends in relevant statistics reveal that human beings wish for things such as vacations, game or theater tickets, snow, money, certain relationships, etc. This goes for a wide majority of the world’s population, despite differences in personality, […]

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  • A Strong Theme: Your Story Has One

    Writers can express what they believe through words. Words have the power to encourage, inspire, give hope, change someone’s mind, make people think again about themselves, other people, the world, the meaning of life. Words have power to make the world beautiful, and if we use those words right, we can. 

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  • Inspiration: Using Images as Writing Prompts

    “Actions speak louder than words.” I’m sure we’ve all heard that phrase before. However, today I’m going to switch some words out to get: “Pictures speak louder than words.” As writers, anything can pique our curiosity, spark some inspiration, and get our minds whirring. Our observations don’t only cause us to think, “Oh, that’s odd […]

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