How to Improve Your Writing and Stop Writer’s Block

Cross Crawl to Engage Your Whole Brain

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If you’re an engineer, you’re probably left-brain dominant. But if you’re a poet, your right-brain is in charge. Nothing wrong with this simple explanation . . . except that it’s too simple.

To simplify even further, the right side of your brain is the creative part of your brain; the…

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MaryJo Wagner, PhD

MaryJo Wagner, PhD

Non-fiction writing coach loves reading, writing, the Colorado mountains, J. S. Bach and Willa Cather. Get “9 Tips for Readable Writing” at maryjo@mjwagner.com

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