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Be Productive! 2 Hard and Soft Methods for Beating Procrastination

December 6, 2012
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This is a guest post from S.D. Farrell It’s generally accepted that writers are dreamers — we think about what’s possible more than what’s right in front of us. It’s also said that most writers are introverts: We enjoy spending time alone and draw energy from it. That said, we shouldn’t take these old saws […]

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FREE: The Ultimate Guide To Finding Your Pen Name (Or Naming Your Characters)

December 4, 2012
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A few months ago, I wrote an eGuide about how to create your perfect pen name. And right now that eGuide is available for you to download for FREE on Kindle or Kindle app.  (If you don’t have a Kindle, you can download the Kindle app for your phone, tablet or PC for free right […]

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Achieve Your Writing Dreams: Sound Appealing?

November 29, 2012
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This is a guest post from Anne Emerick, author of The Day I Met Dr. Seuss I’m nine days late writing this blog post. “Nine days late?” you ask, “for someone who is going to make suggestions on how I can stop procrastinating and start getting more done?” The truth is, I didn’t procrastinate writing […]

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Top 10 Blogs for Writers: Nominate Your Favorite

November 27, 2012
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It’s that time again—annual Top 10 Blogs for Writers time. Every year Write To Done asks for nominations from readers and then a panel of experts chooses the top 10 blogs for the year. If you’ve been reading this blog for a while and enjoy everything you read, I’d love for you to give a […]

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How To Use 5 Online Mind Mapping Tools To Beat Procrastination

November 14, 2012
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This is a guest post by Reena Cruz of InvestInTech.com There are many reasons behind procrastination: Writer’s block, distraction, fear, disorganization, heavy workloads—sometimes you can’t even successfully identify where or how it starts.  All you know is that nothing is getting done. You also know that getting over that hurdle will be a challenge (another […]

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Embarrassed by Your Words? What To Do When You Aren’t Proud of Your Writing

November 7, 2012
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This is a guest post by Stephanie Brooks Have you ever turned in work you weren’t proud of? Join the club. Many of us submit writing pieces we aren’t all that thrilled to attach our names to. When we are forced to be creative all the time and meet each of our deadlines, it can […]

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The Life of A Freelancer: 10 Tips To Increase Your Writing Discipline

November 2, 2012
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This is a guest post by Kate Willer If you don’t have the motivation to write, you won’t get very far in the world of freelancing. The freedom you receive can be a curse as well as a blessing. Although you may have deadlines, there is no one yelling in your ear to get you […]

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Do You Have Writer’s Block Or Is It Procrastination?

October 23, 2012
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This is a guest post from Debra Johnson of LiveInNanny At some point or another every writer will suffer from the common ailment known as writer’s block. Productivity will clock in at an all-time low and you’ll exclaim to anyone willing to listen that you have lost your inspiration, your career is on the line […]

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How To Integrate Content Writing with SEO

October 17, 2012
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“Content is King” Some webmasters would say that this is true, especially since a website wouldn’t be complete without anything on it. On the other hand, some experts would claim that a site’s content wouldn’t be available to its target audience without enough promotion. Accordingly, it wouldn’t be exactly dominant because it needed a boost […]

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Is Marketing the Writer’s Enemy?

October 2, 2012
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This is a guest post by JP Jones of LifeAfterPublishing.com That dreaded “M” word. Marketing. Ew, it just tastes bad on your lips, right? A lot of writers feel this way. Whether you’re writing the next great American Novel or writing technical posts for a computer company, marketing is one of the necessary evils to […]

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