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K.M. WeilandWith his trademark humility and honesty, Hutchinson has offered another round of encouragement for writers struggling in the trenches. He puts forth a round of solid advice on ditching the negativity that too often surrounds the writing life and moving forward to embrace the blessings of living a creative lifestyle. His thoughts are solid, practical, and always encouraging.

—K.M. Weiland, author, Structuring Your Novel: Essential Keys for Writing an Outstanding Story and Outlining Your Novel: Map Your Way to Success

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The-Magic-ViolinistWriter’s Doubt is–without a doubt–one of the best books on writing I’ve ever read. I’ve read dozens of books all about honing my craft, but none quite so unique as this one. This book not only encouraged me to keep doing what I love, but inspired me to reach above and beyond. Once you’ve read Writer’s Doubt, you’ll realize that the sky’s not the limit. It’s only the beginning. —The Magic Violinist, is an avid blogger and writer, and a contributor to the “Fauxpocalypse” anthology.

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shananHave you ever been told that you’re “just not good enough” to be a writer, or are you perennially plagued by self-doubt? Author Bryan Hutchinson’s been there, and his new book, Writer’s Doubt, is just what you need! With chapters that focus on specific aspects of self-doubt, and practical, pointed advice to help you overcome the mental blocks familiar to writers of all ages and experience levels, this book helps you break the barriers of negativity and fear that hold you back from doing your best work—ever!

—Shanan Haislip, blogger at The Procrastiwriter

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Dana-SitarOne of the greatest barriers I see writers face is unrelenting self-doubt, and this book addresses the issue like I’ve never seen before. By sharing his own story with signature candor, Bryan reminds us that we’re not alone. With insightful and practical advice, he hands over the tools we need to face that doubt, overcome it, and create the work we’re meant to create.

—Dana Sitar, author/digital publishing coach, DIY Writing

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