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August 2017

Three Types of Writers Have Trouble Finishing Things. Which One Are You?

I don’t know if it’s that time of year or what, but I’ve been getting a lot of emails from writers lately about finishing things. This is also a topic that comes up frequently in my coaching sessions with writers. Lots and lots of writers out there are terrified that they will never be successful—or even halfway decent—because they have a lot of trouble finishing things. Continue Reading

5 Ways to Write a Soul-Stirring Love Story

Today’s guest post comes from my brilliant writer friend Cheryl Muir, an expert on love and relationships (as well as lust and attraction) and also an author who loves to break through barriers and question the norm. Cheryl’s taught me so much about creativity and character development that I couldn’t wait to host this article from her:

There are certain love stories that stand the test of time.

Jack and Rose from Titanic.

Allie and Noah from the Notebook.

John and Mary from the superhero movie Hancock (no, seriously – if you’ve watched it, you know the plot twist as well as I do!) Continue Reading