4 Tips for Staying on Track with Your Writing

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Don’t Start Writing Your Nonfiction Book without a Table of Contents

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Why Writers Should Never Say Never

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Why Writers Write Even When It Feels Hard

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3 Mindfulness Techniques to Open Your Creative Floodgates

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Stop Letting Busy Work Get in the Way of Your Life’s Work

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How and Why to Use Subheads in Your Nonfiction Writing

Subheads. They're an essential element in most Continue Reading

Why Writers Must Be Consistent

Do you write and publish consistently? Most Continue Reading

Finding and Writing for Your (Real) Audience

You've heard the advice to "write for your Continue Reading

Why Your Nonfiction Book Chapters are So Important

When you read a book, you may take the structure Continue Reading

How to Improve Your Writing with Close Reads of Nonfiction Books

I often hear nonfiction writers bemoaning the fact Continue Reading

4 Proven Steps to Make You a More Productive Writer

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Getting, Accepting, and Incorporating Feedback on Your Writing

Revision is a fact of life for writers. It's a Continue Reading

5 Ways to Write About Quickly Captured Personal Experiences

Every day, you have new personal experiences, many Continue Reading

How to Find Story Ideas in Images, Phone Numbers, and Journal Entries

If you are looking for new story ideas or need to Continue Reading