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The Three Hardest Things About Writing (and the Solutions)

Note: This post is by The Magic Violinist.

Writing is hard, plain and simple. There are days when it comes easy, when every word you type is gold and every page is poetry. But let’s be honest with ourselves here, most of the time you have to fight with every ounce of creative energy you have to get your ideas onto paper. And there are three things in particular that make the process so difficult.



It’s the Most Important Word in Writing for a Living

Note: This is a guest post by Tim Leffel. Tim is a veteran blogger, editor, and freelancer. He is the author of Travel Writing 2.0, now in its second edition. He interviews successful writers at the accompanying blog and runs the Travel Writing Overdrive course.

What’s a word that starts with a P and is essential to a writer’s success? While many colorful words may come to mind, the real P-word is rather mundane:



How To Turn Your Story Into A Captivating Bestseller

Thinking of writing your story? Many people are. In fact, of all the people for whom writing a book is on their bucket list, compiling their own life events into a memoir is the most idealized genre.

It has a lot to do with making our stamp on the earth, leaving something behind that can live on through the decades. Words remain when so much else falls away.



15 Clever Offline Marketing Ideas for Authors You’ll Want to Use!

Note: This is a guest post by Shayla Eaton, an expert editor, seasoned writer, and author-centric coach, she works one-on-one with self-published authors, having edited nearly three hundred books. She is the owner of Curiouser Editing, where she offers top-notch publishing guidance for authors and their books, and the president of the Curiouser Author Society, an exclusive community for serious indie authors.



What Do You Love Most About Writing?

You’re a writer and you love writing. Right? It’s hard work, sure, but you know you love it.