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  • Let’s Get Honest – Writing Your Truth

    Let’s Get Honest – Writing Your Truth

    Welcome back, it’s been a while since I have written about writing your truth. Today, instead of giving you tips on writing your truth or how to be vulnerable, I’m going to share something from my life. My life inspires my writing, and I think it’s safe to say that’s true for most writers. I […]

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  • 10 Ways to Find Writing Inspiration

    10 Ways to Find Writing Inspiration

    Being a writer isn’t as easy as some people think. It takes time. You have to come up with ideas. Then ultimately you have to write it down into a cohesive manner. After a while, you will find it hard to find inspiration. Inspiration has evaded me before, and there have been times where I […]

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  • The Killer of all Great Writers

    The Killer of all Great Writers

    Today we are going to talk about the biggest killer of all writers.   Writer’s Block   Calm the screaming. I know, it’s scary, but it doesn’t have to end your career. There are ways around it, and I’m sure I will write many more posts on the subject. There’s no need to feel bad. […]

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  • Writing a Horror

    Writing a Horror

    I just got finished with another short story. This time I tried my hand at a horror/dark fantasy type story. I’m planning on submitting this to the next issue of Millhaven Press. Whereas all my other stories that have been published through Millhaven have also been published on here, I’m not going to add this […]

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  • Seven Steps to Writing a Short Story

    Seven Steps to Writing a Short Story

    Writing a short story can seem a daunting task. Feeling as if you have to get an entire story into a certain amount of words can be scary. I feel ya. I had written a full length book before I ever tried to write a short story. You would think since it’s a short story […]

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